Easter proves to be ‘hopping’ good time

  • The Easter Bunny visits with Aisha Tapia and her dad, JR, at the Emblem Club’s Easter event in Homer.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News
  • Eager Easter-egg hunters await the “go” signal at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10221-sponsored event in Anchor Point on Easter Sunday.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News
  • Lucca Sanders with mom, Amanda, shows off an impressive pair of Easter bunny ears.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News
  • Thomas Wetherill gets help with his full basket from mom, Vanessa.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News
  • Kaylee Kvasnikoff and the Easter Bunny visit at Emblem Club on Easter.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

 The Easter bunny made the rounds on Sunday, leaving a trail of colored eggs, candy eggs and prizes on the southern Kenai Peninsula.

In Homer, the bunny arrived by helicopter, visiting with youngsters at the Emblem Club’s egg hunt.

In Anchor Point, the bunny slipped away before eager egg hunters arrived at VFW Post 10221. 

In Ninilchik, there are rumors of bunny sightings at American Legion Post 18.


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