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Swimming in Easter eggs

All photos by T. Hynd

The Fernie Aquatic Centre held an Easter egg hunt for kids on Saturday afternoon.

Children searched high and low around the different pools for the laminated paper eggs, placing them in baskets and ball caps. The hunters then presented their collections to the life guards who traded the cards in for the much sought after chocolate eggs.

Various crafts and games followed.

 

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