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Hundreds of people flooded the Butte View Campground Saturday for an Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the ABATE District 12 club.

Shortly after 11 a.m., the hunt started for the hundreds of plastic eggs strewn on the ground – and in some cases – up a tree.

The plastic eggs filled with candies were just part of the event, with names being drawn after the hunt concluded to win Easter Baskets and bicycles according to age groups.

The hunts were also split into different areas by age, giving the one-to-three year olds a different area, then the four-to-six and the other, older age groups.

The campground was not the only place to report a sighting of the Easter Bunny, with one handing out free cookies Saturday in front of Bronson’s Marketplace.

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