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Big turnout for first-ever Easter Egg hunt on courthouse lawn

Sunday, April 21, 2019

Children seven and older run across the lawn of the Hays County Courthouse Friday, as they hunt for eggs during the first annual Hays County Judge’s Easter Egg Hunt. The hunt included games, face painting and more than 1,500 eggs filled with candy for Easter. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra thanks the public for turning out for the Easter egg hunt before the festivities begin. Local children came out to the event ready to collect all the eggs their baskets could carry.

Children aged four to six race each other to see who can get the most eggs during their own special egg hunt.

 Aria Salazar even wore her own bunny ears.

Siblings Emma and Claire Nam and their friend Grace Kim attempt to complete a six-legged egg and spoon race without falling over. 

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