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Little egg hunters find treats on Easter weekend

The 23rd annual Willmar Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt registered 185 children on Saturday morning.Over 1,000 plastic eggs packed with treats were on the small-gym floor at Kennedy Elementary for the 10 a.m. start.Children with adults were allowed into ...

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Chloe Hagemeyer, 4, knows which egg she wants.

The 23rd annual Willmar Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt registered 185 children on Saturday morning.
Over 1,000 plastic eggs packed with treats were on the small-gym floor at Kennedy Elementary for the 10 a.m. start.
Children with adults were allowed into the gym in small groups; the egg limit per child this year was six.
The Willmar Jaycees are able to put on the event with the support of many commercial and civic sponsors.

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