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Easter Bunny visits Foster Park in Parksville

EASTER BUNNY VISITS FOSTER PARK: Kids hopped around Foster Park in Parksville Saturday afternoon, getting their faces painted, enjoying cotton candy, eating hotdogs, and waiting for the word to start collecting the mass of shiny chocolate eggs covering part of the forest floor. Above, Jaida, left, and Victoria Elfstrom had some treats while waiting for the hunt to begin. - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
EASTER BUNNY VISITS FOSTER PARK: Kids hopped around Foster Park in Parksville Saturday afternoon, getting their faces painted, enjoying cotton candy, eating hotdogs, and waiting for the word to start collecting the mass of shiny chocolate eggs covering part of the forest floor. Above, Jaida, left, and Victoria Elfstrom had some treats while waiting for the hunt to begin.
— image credit: LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO

EASTER BUNNY VISITS FOSTER PARK: Kids hopped around Foster Park in Parksville Saturday afternoon, getting their faces painted, enjoying cotton candy, eating hotdogs, and waiting for the word to start collecting the mass of shiny chocolate eggs covering part of the forest floor. Above, Jaida, left, and Victoria Elfstrom had some treats while waiting for the hunt to begin.

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