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News :: Children and adults enjoy Easter Egg Hunt at Rodgers Park
· 8:28am April 14th, 2014
The annual Ehlingers 66 Park Easter Egg Hunt at Rodgers Park brought many children -- and dozens of adults-- to the park on Saturday morning. After the children collected eggs, the adults had their turn, quickly covering the area filled with plastic eggs, many of which contained prizes.
Several children went home with chicks or rabbits, as well as candy and other prizes.
Ehlinger's 66 sponsors the annual event, buying and filling toy and candy eggs, etc., with help from Benton County Conservation (they help set up and boil eggs), as well as a few area sponsors, including Fareway, Stick'um Tackle and Theisens.
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