About 250 children, broken into four age groups, scrambled for plastic easter eggs filled with jelly beans at the Oakhurst Community Park April 15. The Oakhurst Park Committee brought the Eastern Egg Hunt back to the park after a six year absence.
About 250 children, broken into four age groups, scrambled for plastic easter eggs filled with jelly beans at the Oakhurst Community Park April 15. The Oakhurst Park Committee brought the Eastern Egg Hunt back to the park after a six year absence. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
About 250 children, broken into four age groups, scrambled for plastic easter eggs filled with jelly beans at the Oakhurst Community Park April 15. The Oakhurst Park Committee brought the Eastern Egg Hunt back to the park after a six year absence. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

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