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By Andi Bourne

Lions Egg Hunt a success


April 25, 2019

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

The four, five and six-year-olds scramble for eggs. Of the 1,000 eggs hidden, 21 had prize tickets this year at the annual Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt April 20.

SEELEY LAKE – In less than 15 minutes all 3,000 eggs that covered the Seeley Lake Elementary fields were collected. Families sat huddled under umbrellas and in the dugouts sorting their candy and looking for one of the 21 numbered tickets for a toy prize.

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

The Easter bunny waves to a young hunter. The bunny was busy giving hugs, high fives and posing for photos during its annual visit.

Despite the intermittent rain, the Seeley Lake Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt and Treasure Hunt were a huge success Saturday, April 20. The Seeley-Swan High School Leos Club helped with the set up and the Easter bunny greeted everyone.

Thirty youth ages 10-12 participated in a Treasure Hunt at the Lions Club Pond. Austin Gonzalez, Nicolas Little Coyote and Cadence Mauldin won the treasure hunt splitting $30.

Many of the Lions commented that they have just as much fun as the children do with the hunt.


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