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(Maegan Lemon – Daily Press)

Above and in the gallery below, hundreds of local children swarmed over Morris Field Saturday morning during a Community Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by Faith Kids. An egg-straordinary total of 50,000 plastic eggs were strewn about the football field, filled with candy, toys and other prizes. The event also featured free hot dogs, popcorn and cotton candy, as well as numerous jumpers. Also below, a pair of children examine the contents of some of the plastic Easter eggs they collected during the hunt, while other children converge on the football field to pick up as many eggs as their baskets could hold.

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    (Maegan Lemon - Daily Press)

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    (Maegan Lemon - Daily Press)