By Kim Harris
Managing Editor 

Children spring into action at annual Easter egg hunts

 

Last updated 4/26/2019 at 3:06am

Shane Gibson photo

Scarlett Gibson, 4, collects Easter eggs during the annual egg hunt event at Harveston Community Park in Temecula, April 20.

From nighttime hunts to daytime celebrations, children all throughout southwest Riverside County flocked to community parks where they searched for Easter eggs and hoped to spy a glimpse of the ever-elusive Easter Bunny himself.

Teens armed with flashlights came out in force to Kent Hintergardt Park in Temecula for the Teen Night Light Egg Hunt April 12, quickly snatching up the eggs that were strategically placed for them to find. Prizes, including Boogie boards and a television were handed out to lucky winners who also enjoyed dancing and music. Teens were given community service hours th...



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