A joyous Easter outdoors in East County - egg hunt

Photo by Dane Dickerson

Excited children prepare to scoop up Easter eggs and treats.

An estimated 250 children converged on Knightsen Elementary School for a community Easter egg hunt sponsored by Delta Ranches and Homes, Loan Ladies and HomeBridge Financial Services.

As kids of all ages searched for goodies amidst occasional raindrops, local animal care organizations, including Knightsen and Brentwood 4-H Clubs, Ringwood Stables, Perlicheck Farms, Nor Cal Recon Rescue, Dirty Paws, Furry Friends and Hold Your Horses Livestock Evacuation Team showed off their animals.

“It was a nice turnout even with the rain,” said Lori Abreu, a broker for Delta Ranches and Homes.

Lori Abreu, a broker for Delta Ranches and Homes, discusses a community Easter egg hunt sponsored by Delta Ranches and Homes, Loan Ladies and HomeBridge Financial Services.

Video by Dane Dickerson

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