Hunting for Easter eggs at Clearwater firehall

Approximately 75 youngsters take part in annual Easter egg hunt put on by Clearwater Volunteer Fire Department

Jordyn Romeril gives a big smile after finding another egg.

Main photo: Jordyn Romeril gives a big smile after funding another egg at the annual Easter egg hunt put on by the Clearwater Fire Department. Funds raised from the event will go towards the purchase of a piece of playground equipment for the Chad Schapansky Memorial Park across the street from the firehall.

 

Left: Reese Poisson pets the “Easter bunny” at the 5th Annual Chad Schapansky Memorial Easter Egg Hunt on Friday April 14. Approximately 75 children attended the event.

 

 

 

 

Below: A large crowd gathers for the annual Easter egg hunt at Clearwater firehall.

All photos by Chance Breckenridge, Clearwater Volunteer Fire Department

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