Spring Egg Hunt at Torrey Hills

Izaac and Hideko

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great time was had by all at the Torrey Hills Spring Egg Hunt, held March 30 at the Torrey Hills Community Park. The event featured bounce houses, music, face paint, games, activities and more. This event was sponsored by the Ocean Air Recreation Council and the Torrey Hills Homeowners Association.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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