Families get early start on Easter celebration
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Mirror Photos / Mary Laschinger Kirby
WITH CHOCOLATE CUPCAKE on her face, Abigail Cazalas hands her Easter Egg to her mother, Amy Cazalas, while the bigger kids enjoyed their cookies, cupcake and orange juice after finding five eggs apiece at the Friends of the Library Park Thursday.
Mirror Photos / Mary Laschinger Kirby WITH CHOCOLATE CUPCAKE on her face, Abigail Cazalas hands her Easter Egg to her mother, Amy Cazalas, while the bigger kids enjoyed their cookies, cupcake and orange juice after finding five eggs apiece at the Friends of the Library Park Thursday.
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Parents and children leave story time at the Upshur County Library Thursday morning and stream into the Friends of the Library Park searching for Easter Eggs. After collecting five eggs apiece, children went to the pavilion where they enjoyed orange juice, cookies and cupcakes.
Parents and children leave story time at the Upshur County Library Thursday morning and stream into the Friends of the Library Park searching for Easter Eggs. After collecting five eggs apiece, children went to the pavilion where they enjoyed orange juice, cookies and cupcakes.
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