Fennville Elementary fourth-grader Yami Osorio gets a bunny painted on her cheek while 2-year-old Brinley Wise of Zeeland takes a peek.The Easter Bunny leads parents and children to the first egg hunt.The first egg hunt begins!The Easter Bunny offers to help spot some eggs for this youngster.The mad rush for candy continues.Soome youngsters pose for pictures in their free firefighter hats with the Fennville Fire Department.Games with prizes were set up in front of Golden Orchards' entrance.Though the "O" in Golden Orchards' sign had just slipped off, it still made for fun photo opportunities.

Fennville youngsters find eggs despite snow

Ryan Lewis, Editor

At Fennville’s Easter egg hunt event Saturday, April 4, at Golden Orchards assisted living facility, youngsters of all ages gathered to scoop up candy-filled eggs.

Organized by the Greater Fennville Area Chamber of Commerce, the mornign included snacks, visits with the Easter Bunny, carnival games, and egg hunts for children in three age groups. Weather was cold—and it briefly snowed—but spirits were high.

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