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Hundreds gather for annual egg hunts, petting zoo, puppet show and more

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Dana Point Times

Dana Point’s annual Easter egg hunts drew hundreds of children, and admiring parents, grandparents and older siblings, to two local parks Saturday to meet the Easter Bunny, compete in sack and egg carrying races and, most importantly, to grab as many eggs and sweet treats as their colorful baskets could hold.

There were two opportunities to join in the springtime celebration as the city hosted festivities at both Pines Park and Sea Canyon Park.

Sea Canyon Park attendees were also treated to a pancake breakfast, served up by volunteers from the Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary Club and its student arm, Dana Hills High School’s Interact Club. The meal, which was donated by Stacks Pancake House, raised about $1,200 for the Rotary Club.

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