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Photofeature: Lots of Fun at Susanville’s Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

The annual Susanville Community Easter Egg Hunt was held March 31st, at the Lassen County Fairgrounds and hundreds of local kids showed up bright and early to search for candy filled eggs.

Kids hunted eggs and posed for pictures with Susanville’s Easter bunnies, Madee Cluck and Tina Jacobs.

Each age group had a chance to find a ‘gold egg’ to be turned in for an Easter basket filled with assorted goodies and prizes sponsored by the Susanville Soroptimists and Mini-Miss California Heart Shine Bailey Jean.

Thanks to volunteers from Susanville Future Farmers of America, Miss Lassen County and her court, the Susanville Police Explorer Post, Soroptimist S-Club, Lassen’s Cadet Corps, Mini-Miss California Heart Shine, the Lassen High Interact Club, 4-H, Job’s Daughters and several really nice families and individuals who showed up at the fairgrounds last Wednesday to help stuff Easter Eggs and who worked the morning of the event.

This year’s Community Easter Egg hunt was brought to you by C&S Waste Solutions, Smith Properties, Susanville Sunrise Rotary, Les Schwab Tires, Nobles Construction Components, Susanville Soroptimists, One Stop Office, Susanville Supermarket, Mini-Miss California Heart Shine and SusanvilleStuff.com.

Also thanks to Bryan and Jeanette McCloughan, Jeff Chew and Pizza Factory, Jim Wolcott and the Lassen County Fairgrounds.


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