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Students Add to Success of City’s Easter Egg Hunt


The Easter Bunny greets youngsters near the Brandon Park Bandshell SIFE-stuffed eggs and other treats await the gathering throng Next year's SIFE president  Kaitlyn M. Kennedy, a business administration: small business and entrepreneurship major from Mount Joy (in white headband)  polices the hunting grounds for 9- and 10-year-olds Students in Free Enterprise, one of Penn College’s many community-minded campus organizations, assisted in making Williamsport’s second annual Easter Egg Hunt a fun, family event. Long before the siren signaled the official start of Saturday’s hunt in blustery Brandon Park, SIFE volunteers helped fill 6,000 plastic eggs with goodies, ensuring plenty of treats for the bag-, bucket- and basket-toting youngsters in attendance. The10 a.m. eventalso featured remarks by Mayor Gabriel J. Campana and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

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