Del Mar Easter Egg Hunt

Judy and William Wheatley with the Easter Bunny

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festive time was had by all at the Del Mar Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Del Mar Foundation, on March 30 at Seagrove Park.  In addition to a great egg hunt, the event featured a picnic lunch.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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