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www.wmfd.com - It took about 60 seconds for a record-setting 500-plus children to locate 3,000 colored eggs Saturday morning during the 33rd Annual Ashland Community Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Elks Lodge 1360. }}" />

   
 
 
33rd Annual Ashland Elks Community Easter Egg Hunt Held

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  Original Published: 3/31/2013 It took about 60 seconds for a record-setting 500-plus children to locate 3,000 colored eggs Saturday morning during the 33rd Annual Ashland Community Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Elks Lodge 1360. Elks Exalted Ruler-Elect Justin Dew says lodge members enjoy volunteering their time to stage the popular event for the community. Along with candy, bicycles are also given away in various age groups for those who find a special golden egg. Dew says the Easter Egg Hunt is one of many community services provided by the Elks to conicide with their motto of "Elks Care, Elks Share."
   
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