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A young girl receives an Easter egg she spotted in a tree above her head, after it gets a quick inspection, during the annual Easter Sunday egg hunt at Kilby Historic Site. The event drew in hundreds of people, and featured crafts and face painting.  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
A young girl receives an Easter egg she spotted in a tree above her head, after it gets a quick inspection, during the annual Easter Sunday egg hunt at Kilby Historic Site. The event drew in hundreds of people, and featured crafts and face painting.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

A young girl receives an Easter egg she spotted in a tree above her head, after it gets a quick inspection, during the annual Easter Sunday egg hunt at Kilby Historic Site. The event drew in hundreds of people, and featured crafts and face painting.

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