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South County Residents Celebrate Easter with Community Easter Egg Hunt

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Doyle residents held a big Easter Egg Hunt for the children of southern Lassen County on Sunday. -photo provided

By Denise M. Roberts
Special to SusanvilleStuff
from the Long Valley Ledger

Sunday may have been April Fool’s Day for some but not in southern Lassen County. There was more excitement about what was happening at the Doyle Community Park as families made their way to the playground and ball fields. All across the park, hundreds of real and plastic Easter eggs were waiting for the race of tinies to teens to begin.

The Doyle Fire Protection District (formerly known as the Doyle Volunteer Fire Department) has been hosting the annual Easter egg hunt for more than three decades. And as with past years, the Doyle Days Committee kicked in many dozens of brightly colored eggs to make sure there was enough to go around.

Not to be outdone, Ingram Family Farms, Inc. provided more than $250 in prize eggs, ranging from $1 to $20. Additionally, more prize eggs were provided by the fire volunteers and were interspersed throughout the park. Treats, prizes and family fun were the hallmark of the day and everyone was a winner.

It’s a great feeling to take part in this event. Doyle is a special community for family events and every attempt is made to ensure these are cherished by all who attend. From the beautiful Easter dresses to the prize baskets, it’s the best way to bring Spring to everyone!

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