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Egg hunting on the hill

  • DAVE WARGO/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    DAVE WARGO/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published April 02. 2012 05:02PM

More than 70 children braved the drizzling, harsh afternoon for the annual Easter Egg hunt in Ludlow Park Sunday in Summit Hill for a chance to win prizes in selected colored Easter eggs while the rest enjoyed candy treats. Children scramble for prizes and treats during the annual Easter on the Hill Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Summit Hill Recreation Commission in Ludlow Park and Bill Black Park. The hunt was open to children from ages 0-12 and besides hunting for eggs they also had a chance to meet the Easter bunny.

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