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Easter bunnies prep for egg hunt

Ladies of the Grass Valley Moose Lodge 2217 cooking and coloring 4,400 eggs, Thursday morning at the lodge on Allison Ranch Road, plus the Moose Lodge fixed 2,000 plastic eggs with candy and for prizes. The egg hunt with be Saturday morning, festivities begin at 10 am, and egg hunt begins at 11:30 am on the Grass Valley Charter school field this Saturday. Sponsored by Grass Valley Moose Lodge #2217 and WOTM Chapter 1767, and held rain or shine for the hunt. Left to right are with eggs, Amy Benfield, Charlie Crosby, Donna Recker, Sandy Castle, and Brenda Abbott.
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The women of the Grass Valley Moose Lodge 2217 cooked and colored 4,400 eggs Thursday morning at the lodge on Allison Ranch Road, and the Moose Lodge filled 2,000 plastic eggs with candy and prizes. The egg hunt with be Saturday morning; the festivities begin at 10 a.m., and the egg hunt begins at 11:30 a.m. on the Grass Valley Charter school field this Saturday. The egg hunt is sponsored by Grass Valley Moose Lodge No. 2217 and WOTM Chapter 1767, and will be held rain or shine.


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