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Wallowa County kids flood Easter Egg grounds

Kathleen Ellyn

Wallowa County Chieftain

Published on April 18, 2017 2:20PM

Kathleen Ellyn/ChieftainDads wait for the countdown as sons Darrick Bennett, 18 months and Jake Caspar, (almost two) look out at the Wallowa Easter Egg course in wonder.

Kathleen Ellyn/ChieftainDads wait for the countdown as sons Darrick Bennett, 18 months and Jake Caspar, (almost two) look out at the Wallowa Easter Egg course in wonder.

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Kathleen Ellyn/ChieftainSena Wilks, 3, of Wallowa helps Greta Kennedy, 3, of Wallowa fill her basket.

Kathleen Ellyn/ChieftainSena Wilks, 3, of Wallowa helps Greta Kennedy, 3, of Wallowa fill her basket.

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Kathleen Ellyn/ChieftainEgg hunting in Wallowa is a whole family endeavor for the little guys who are not yet clear on the concept. Lots of Dads assume the training responsibilities so Mom can shoot the photos for the family album.

Kathleen Ellyn/ChieftainEgg hunting in Wallowa is a whole family endeavor for the little guys who are not yet clear on the concept. Lots of Dads assume the training responsibilities so Mom can shoot the photos for the family album.

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It was all over in a flash, but the smiles stretched for generations.

Kids from all over the county (along with their parents and grandparents and cousins and uncles and aunts and family friends) all gathered at the area Easter Egg hunt locations for the dash for hundreds of sweet-filled eggs at every location. The Easter Bunny appeared in some parks and a good time was had by all ages from infant to Grandma.





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