Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games


Thursday, April 24th, 2014
Issue 17, Volume 18.


Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Katie Batten gives her son, William, 3, a “high five” after discussing strategies prior to the start of the annual Egg Hunt sponsored by the Fallbrook Community Center at La Paloma School on April 19. See more photos on page B-1.
Katie Batten gives her son, William, 3, a “high five” after discussing strategies prior to the start of the annual Egg Hunt sponsored by the Fallbrook Community Center at La Paloma School on April 19. See more photos on page B-1.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Emme Burnam, 4, races for the eggs at the annual Egg Hunt sponsored by the Fallbrook Community Center at La Paloma School on April 19.
Emme Burnam, 4, races for the eggs at the annual Egg Hunt sponsored by the Fallbrook Community Center at La Paloma School on April 19.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Cassidy Boulanger proudly displays a bunny sign that she made in the craft area along with the basket that she received when she found one of the special winning eggs during the egg hunt.
Cassidy Boulanger proudly displays a bunny sign that she made in the craft area along with the basket that she received when she found one of the special winning eggs during the egg hunt.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Gerardo Carreon is the first one to blow a bubble, thereby winning the contest for his group. His prize was a gift certificate from Vince’s Pizza.
Gerardo Carreon is the first one to blow a bubble, thereby winning the contest for his group. His prize was a gift certificate from Vince’s Pizza.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Abisag Padilla displays the basket she received for finding a winning egg. 
Abisag Padilla displays the basket she received for finding a winning egg. 

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - From left, recreation program director Ashley Westbrook gives instruction to Sarah Engebretsen, first princess; Claire Ginther, Miss Fallbrook; and Halee Olsen, second princess.
From left, recreation program director Ashley Westbrook gives instruction to Sarah Engebretsen, first princess; Claire Ginther, Miss Fallbrook; and Halee Olsen, second princess.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Anthony Carapia catches an egg tossed by his partner, Edgar Carapia. This team won the egg toss for their group.
Anthony Carapia catches an egg tossed by his partner, Edgar Carapia. This team won the egg toss for their group.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Albert Wang helps his daughter, Victoria, string beads to make a necklace.
Albert Wang helps his daughter, Victoria, string beads to make a necklace.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Janae Erickson, 20 months old, waits for the egg hunt to begin.
Janae Erickson, 20 months old, waits for the egg hunt to begin.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Miss Fallbrook Claire Ginther helps with the egg hunt.
Miss Fallbrook Claire Ginther helps with the egg hunt.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Hailey Berger, center, makes a run for the eggs.
Hailey Berger, center, makes a run for the eggs.

Fun and excitement spring from egg hunt, games - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Katarina Leete helps her daughter, Sophia, string noodles to make a bracelet for Dad.
Katarina Leete helps her daughter, Sophia, string noodles to make a bracelet for Dad.


 

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Comment Profile ImageRebecca Hernandez
Comment #1 | Saturday, Apr 26, 2014 at 8:14 am
Looks like everyone had a great time! Hope to attend next year.

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