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Children sprint with baskets and bags in hand to search for Easter eggs during the Kiwanis Club of Cape May’s annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 4, in the playground next to the Cape May City Elementary School. 

  • By Deborah Patterson

PETERSBURG – What do you think of when you hear the expression “first sign of spring?” A lawn full of robins? Crocuses and daffodils poking up through the ground? The reopening of the Custard Hut?

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny 8 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 28 at Yianni’s, 841 Asbury Ave., Ocean City. Call 609-391-1113.

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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – A pancake breakfast fortified children, parents, guardians and friends for what turned out to be a windy dash for the kids to chase plastic eggs through the grass at the Wetlands Institute, Saturday, April 4 for the annual Turtle Fest.

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Under warm sunshine and blustery winds, Ocean City hosted its Great Egg Hunt on the beach Saturday, April 4, boasting 100,000 eggs and 5,000 prizes.

  • CHARLIE PRITCHARD

EGG HARBOR CITY – A large number of youngsters turned out for the Sam Weiner Annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Egg Harbor City Rotary Club Saturday, March 28. Hundreds of eggs were scooped up by the children and prizes were awarded to those who picked up the giant eggs.

Children race into a field of candy filled eggs during Middle Township’s annual Easter Egg Scramble Saturday, March 28, at the Martin Luther King Community Center in Whitesboro.

  • By Deborah Patterson

PETERSBURG – What do you think of when you hear the expression “first sign of spring?” A lawn full of robins? Crocuses and daffodils poking up through the ground? The reopening of the Custard Hut?

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PETERSBURG – Maybe it was the long winter, or maybe it was the even longer wait for community events like this, but almost 2,000 people came to Amanda’s Field in Petersburg on Sunday, March 29 to take part in the inaugural Spring Fling, according to Committeeman Hobie Young.

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Crossroads Youth Group will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt for Brigantine children of preschool age through second grade Saturday, April 4 at the Community Presbyterian Church, 1501 W. Brigantine Ave. Admission is free.

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny 8 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 28 at Yianni’s, 841 Asbury Ave., Ocean City. Call 609-391-1113.

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