Hunting for eggs: Penn Valley Easter Egg Hunt draws kids |

Hunting for eggs: Penn Valley Easter Egg Hunt draws kids

Penn Valley Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday morning, Western Gateway Park, Penn Valley Drive, the hunt was at 9:30, and the Easter Bunny arrived on Penn Valley Fire Engine, and Hand Painting by Word-A-Live Church of Penn Valley. Colin Fehrmann 1year trying to eat the plastic egg.
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The Penn Valley Easter Egg Hunt took place Saturday morning at the Western Gateway Park, drawing children from all over Nevada County.

The hunt began at 9:30 a.m. The Easter Bunny arrived on a Penn Valley Fire Engine.

Kids had fun hunting for decorated eggs, which were hidden around the park. Artificial eggs were filled with candies and chocolates.

See photos of the Grass Valley Moose Lodge #2217’s 38th annual egg hunt on page A3.

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