Easter is a week away but that didn't stop hundreds of kids from getting an early start on today.
More than 100 kids hunted for eggs at The Pucho Olivencia Centers today. Volunteers spent the week stuffing more than 1,000 eggs with candy. They also gave away gift and kids got a chance to take pictures with the Easter Bunny, paint faces and dance. Donna Medina said it's important to give back to those they serve.
The event has become a special tradition for the holiday.
The event was a big hit in the Pucho Olivencia Center, especially with Luis Reye who took his grandchildren and helps organize the event. “They can come out here and enjoy fun in the center and hunt for eggs and candy that's what they love doing.
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