Slideshow: 2018 Easter Egg Hunt at Jacksons Beach

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Fun at Easter Egg Hunt at Jacksons Beach - SLIDESHOW Featured

San Juan Island Firefighters Association hosted their annual Easter Egg Hunt at Jacksons Beach Sunday, April 1, 2018. More than 1,500 eggs, dyed at the fire station on Friday night, were hidden on the driftwood-strewn beach. 



It was a bit windy, but the kids took off like a shot and quickly scooped up the eggs. Plastic eggs were redeemed for  toy prizes or special fire safety prizes.  The Easter Bunny posed for numerous photos. 

Photos by Matt Pranger

Last modified onMonday, 02 April 2018 18:32

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