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Happy Easter Egg Hunting

A group of children run around the front lawn of the New Richmond National Guard Armory picking up pieces of candy during the New Richmond Kiwanis Club’s Easter Egg Hunt, which took place on Saturday, April 19. (Photo by Jordan Willi)1 / 9
Children got the chance to color and draw before and after the New Richmond Kiwanis Club’s Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19, at the New Richmond National Guard Armory. (Photo by Jordan Willi)2 / 9
Children scale the small hill on the west side of the New Richmond National Guard Armory to collect pieces of candy during the New Richmond Kiwanis Club’s Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19. (Photo by Jordan Willi)3 / 9
Children scramble to pick up pieces of candy scattered on the front lawn of the New Richmond National Guard Armory as part of the New Richmond Kiwanis Club’s Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19. (Photo by Jordan Willi)4 / 9
The Easter bunny was on hand during the annual Deer Park Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday to pose for photos with all of the kids. (Photo by Cindy Croes Olson)5 / 9
Over 120 children were on hand at the North Country 4H Club sponsored Deer Park Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19. From the registered children, names were drawn in each age group to receive wooden bunny baskets made by Steve Hoff. Picture left to right are the winners: Ava Tulgren (baby being held), Von Tulgren, Kylie Rivers, Charlie Olson, Ava Zinck, and Jacob Maxon. The basket winners were Ava Tulgren, Von Tulgren, Ava Zinck and Jacob Maxon. (Photo by Cindy Croes Olson)6 / 9
Cheryl Kemling, general leader of the North Country 4H club hands Makayla Golden, with father Jake, of Deer Park her prize for her numbered egg drawn during registration. (Photo by Cindy Croes Olson)7 / 9
Abbie Sarsland, of Amery, makes her way through the ballfield picking up eggs with dad Jeremy during Saturday's North Country 4H sponsored egg hunt in Deer Park. (Photo by Cindy Croes Olson)8 / 9
Over 130 children attended the annual egg hunt at the ball field in Star Prairie on Saturday, April 19.The children raced to collect the eggs hidden by the Star Prairie Royalty. They turned them in for a bag of treats. Parents and kids also enjoyed hot dogs, chips and cookies at the event, which was sponsored by the Star Prairie Lions Club. Club members were present to hand out food and treats to all participants. (Submitted photo)9 / 9
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The Easter Bunny mingled with more than 400 kids, parents and grandparents who participated in the New Richmond Kiwanis Club’s annual Easter Egg Hunt festivities on Saturday, April 19. This year Key Club Volunteers added face painting and coloring activities to the event. Scouts of Troop 460 assisted Kiwanis Members in setting up for the event and clean up. Drawings were held for two bikes after the egg hunt.

Easter egg hunts were also held in the villages of Deer Park, Star Prairie, Roberts and Hammond. The Deer Park egg hunt was sponsored by the North County 4-H Club, while the Star Prairie egg hunt was sponsored by the Star Prairie Lions Club. The Roberts egg hunt was sponsored by the Roberts Ribbon Reapers 4-H Club, while the Hammond hunt was sponsored by he Hammond Lions Club and the Hammond Community Library and run by the True Blue 4-H Club. 

Jordan Willi
Jordan Willi is a reporter for the New Richmond News. Previously, he worked as a sports reporter at the Worthington Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota. He also interned at the Hudson Star Observer for two summers and contributed to the Bison Illustrated sports magazine at North Dakota State University.
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