Eggs-citing times in Edmonds as kids hunt for Easter treasures Saturday

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Someone is very happy to have cashed in her prize ticket for a large chocolate bunny. A few lucky kids found special prize tickets in their plastic eggs.
From start to finish, Easter egg gatherers weren’t disappointed at the two egg hunts going on Saturday morning. This one, at Frances Anderson Center Playfield, was sponsored by Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary. This little girl was happy to have cashed in the prize ticket, found in her plastic egg, for a large chocolate bunny. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
A volunteer spreads eggs on the field prior to the egg hunt at Edmonds Lutheran Church, in the Highway 99 neighborhood.
A volunteer spreads eggs on the field prior to the annual egg hunt sponsored by the Edmonds Lutheran Church, in the Highway 99 neighborhood. (Photo by Teresa Wippel)
The Easter Bunny finds Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling for a photo op at the Rotary Egg Hunt. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
The Easter Bunny finds Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling for a photo op at the Rotary Egg Hunt. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
Kids in the 3- and 4-year-old age group gather eggs at the annual Edmonds Lutheran Church-sponsored hunt in the Highway 99 neighborhood, which drew an estimated 350 people.
With a little help from their parents, kids in the 3- and 4-year-old age group gather eggs at the church-sponsored hunt, which drew an estimated 350 people. (Photo by Teresa Wippel)
The 3- to 4-year-olds scramble for treasure as the Edmonds Rotary hunt gets underway. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
The 3- to 4-year-olds scramble for treasure as the Edmonds Rotary hunt gets underway. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
Singer and songwriter Eric Ode entertains families in the church sanctuary prior to the Edmonds Lutheran egg hunt. (Photo by Teresa Wippel)
Singer and songwriter Eric Ode entertains families in the church sanctuary prior to the Edmonds Lutheran egg hunt. (Photo by Teresa Wippel)

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