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SUSAN WILLIAMS - Molalla High School and Country Christian School Key Clubs have been busy stuffing eggs along with Molalla Cub Scouts from Pack 257 for the Annual Kiwanis Community Easter Egg Hunt.  Molalla High School and Country Christian School Key Clubs have been busy stuffing eggs along with Cub Scouts from Pack 257 (right) for the Annual Kiwanis Community Easter Egg Hunt.

Altogether the kids have stuffed 7,000 eggs to help out the Easter Bunny this year. Organizer Susan Williams said the community egg hunt requires 281 pounds of candy and many hours of stuffing.

TWO?EASTER EGG HUNTS in MOLALLA

SUSAN WILLIAMS - Molalla High School and Country Christian School Key Clubs have been busy stuffing eggs for the Annual Kiwanis Community Easter Egg Hunt.  The Kiwanis Community Easter Egg Hunt will be held from 8:30 a.m. – noon on March 26 at Clark Park, 245 Shirley Street, next to the Buckeroo Grounds.

The Annual M-EGG-A Easter Egg Hunt for Alzheimer’s Awareness will be held from 1-2 p.m. Saturday, March 26, at Pheasant Pointe Senior Living 835 E. Main St. in Molalla.

The Easter Bunny has been busy preparing eggs filled with candy and other treats for local children to find at this annual Easter Egg Hunt to raise awareness about Alzheimer's disease. Don’t forget to take your baskets! More than 8,000 eggs to find.

Face painting by local artist Kristy Stephens, a huge Easter Basket up for raffle and pictures with the Easter Bunny himself will be part of the fun.