by: TYLER FRANCKE - Anthony Garcia, 5, Amelia Garcia, 4, and Mercedes Mendoza, 4, are egg-static about their TYLER FRANCKE - Children scramble through Legion Park to collect Easter eggs full of goodies.Gloomy skies did not discourage the dozens of children and their parents who descended on Legion Park Thursday evening to gather every last one of the 5,000-plus plastic eggs scattered over the grounds by city staff as part of Woodburn’s annual Easter egg hunt.

Participants were divided up into three groups, based on age, and the eggs they collected were filled with candy and small toys.

by: LINDSAY KEEFER - Shelby, a Newfoundland dog dressed as a drama queen, enjoys treats alongside her owner during the second annual Doggie Treat Hunt at Centennial Park Friday.The next day, about a dozen dogs got the same exciting treatment in the second annual Doggie Treat Hunt in Centennial Park's dog park. Dogs scrambled for treats in the field, with their owners, then were awarded prizes for best Easter costumes. The costumes were judged by Mayor Kathy Figley, City Councilor Jim Cox and Woodburn Police Officer and K-9 handler Adam Stewart. The event was sponsored by Woodburn Veterinary Clinic and Companion Pet.

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