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Coal Creek eggstremely popular

 

MORE than 2000 people hopped into Coal Creek Community Park and Museum on Sunday, to hunt for 1200 Easter eggs hidden around the park.

Coal Creek coordinator Rowena Ashley said the event was equal with previous years, in terms of attendance.

“It went as well as last year. We also had a really broad spectrum of visitors this year, including a lot from Melbourne and the outer suburbs,” she said.

“We had around 25 per cent locals, many from Leongatha and Korumburra and the rest were from outside of the area, which shows the event is really spreading.”

Ms Ashley said other highlights of the day included the paint and take miniatures activity, the non denominational church service and train rides, which showed more than 200 passengers around the park.

Winners of the door prize for the Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday were first Prize, Charlie McGrath, second prize, Lilie Kerwin, and third prize, Portia Miller.

Found some: from left, Phoebe, Riley and Ebony Collins from Leongatha found all the booty they could carry at the Coal Creek Easter egg hunt on Sunday.

Found some: from left, Phoebe, Riley and Ebony Collins from Leongatha found all the booty they could carry at the Coal Creek Easter egg hunt on Sunday.

 

 

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