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Nearly 300 children come out to the Kiwanis Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt at the fairgrounds

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 - Easter Egg hunters go after the candy-filled plastic Easter eggs.

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Prineville hosted the annual Kiwanis Community Easter Egg Hunt at the Crook County Fairgrounds Saturday morning.

Kiwanian Ray Austin, who headed up the event, said the new location was dynamite, with more space for the egg hunt and ample parking.

Although the weather was chilly and damp, approximately 300 children ages 10 and younger retrieved 6,000 candy-filled eggs.

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 - Payton Ansen visits with the Easter Bunny (Kiwanian Lou Saenz) during the event.

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 - Denny Baulderee, left, Cash Tracy and Joe Mills serve a pancake breakfast during the Prineville Volunteer Fire Company fundraiser. Austin said the turnout was fantastic.

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 - Josiah Breese, left, won a bicycle in the boys 9 to 10 age group, and his brother, Daniel Breese, won a bike in the boys 6 to 8 age group. ProLine Fabrication donated the funds for the prizes, two tricycles and six bicycles.


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