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The Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail | PHOTOS

Jessica Dausey hands her 1-year-old daughter, Alexandria (Finksburg) hands an Easter Egg on the Bunny Trail. At The Egg-citing Bunny Trail kids were searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19.
(Jeffrey F. Bill)

The Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail | PHOTOS

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The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19, Saturday March 27, 2021.
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
(Right) Riley Lanham, 6 and her parents Meredith and Mark from Finksburg, start on the "Yellow Trail." (Left) Volunteers Donna Riley, Vickie Riley, and Liberty HS student, Sofia Cabrera hand out Easter Bags to kids at the start of the trail. (Kiwanis Club of Westminster) The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. March 27, 2021.
(Right) Riley Lanham, 6 and her parents Meredith and Mark from Finksburg, start on the "Yellow Trail." (Left) Volunteers Donna Riley, Vickie Riley, and Liberty HS student, Sofia Cabrera hand out Easter Bags to kids at the start of the trail. (Kiwanis Club of Westminster) The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
(Second from left) Volunteer Julie McElree, a Junior McDaniel College, leads Brianna, 4 and Natalie, 6, in bunny hopping practice while their mother Laura Elligson (Millers, Md.) cheers them on. Grace Cordon (right) finishes making bunny ears for Natalie. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
(Second from left) Volunteer Julie McElree, a Junior McDaniel College, leads Brianna, 4 and Natalie, 6, in bunny hopping practice while their mother Laura Elligson (Millers, Md.) cheers them on. Grace Cordon (right) finishes making bunny ears for Natalie. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
The Parks family starts down the "Yellow Trail." (Left to Right) Dad Josh, Steele, 5, Navy 2, and Mom Brooke. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
The Parks family starts down the "Yellow Trail." (Left to Right) Dad Josh, Steele, 5, Navy 2, and Mom Brooke. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Volunteers Grace Cordon and Maddie Royer from West Middle School, help Natalie and Brianna Elligson at the Bunny Ears Station. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Volunteers Grace Cordon and Maddie Royer from West Middle School, help Natalie and Brianna Elligson at the Bunny Ears Station. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Navy Parks, 2, (Westminster) picks out her easter bag at the start of the yellow trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail sawe kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19.
Navy Parks, 2, (Westminster) picks out her easter bag at the start of the yellow trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail sawe kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
(Right to Left) cameron, 7,Andrew, 7, and Brelynn, 3, follow their mother Skylar Porter (Westminster) along the "Yellow Trail." The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
(Right to Left) cameron, 7,Andrew, 7, and Brelynn, 3, follow their mother Skylar Porter (Westminster) along the "Yellow Trail." The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19.
The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Brianna Elligson, 4 and her sister Natalie, 6, (Millers, Md.) make a stop at the Lolly-Pop Patch. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Brianna Elligson, 4 and her sister Natalie, 6, (Millers, Md.) make a stop at the Lolly-Pop Patch. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Laura Elligson (Millers, Md.) and her children, Brianna, 4 and Natalie, 6, make their way along the "Yellow Trail" towards the next station. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Laura Elligson (Millers, Md.) and her children, Brianna, 4 and Natalie, 6, make their way along the "Yellow Trail" towards the next station. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
(Left to Right) The Porter children, Cameron, 4, Andrew, 7, and Brelynn (Westminster) participate in the Easter Egg Hunt at the end of the Trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
(Left to Right) The Porter children, Cameron, 4, Andrew, 7, and Brelynn (Westminster) participate in the Easter Egg Hunt at the end of the Trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Jessica Dausey hands her 1-year-old daughter, Alexandria (Finksburg) hands an Easter Egg on the Bunny Trail. At The Egg-citing Bunny Trail kids were searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19.
Jessica Dausey hands her 1-year-old daughter, Alexandria (Finksburg) hands an Easter Egg on the Bunny Trail. At The Egg-citing Bunny Trail kids were searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Jason Dausey (Finksburg) helps his daughters, Annabelle, 3, and Alexandria, 1, hunt for Easter Eggs at the end of the Trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Jason Dausey (Finksburg) helps his daughters, Annabelle, 3, and Alexandria, 1, hunt for Easter Eggs at the end of the Trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Brelynn Porter, 4, (Westminster) hunts for easter Eggs at the end of the Trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Brelynn Porter, 4, (Westminster) hunts for easter Eggs at the end of the Trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Chloe Mecchi, 2, (Westminster) hunts for Easter Eggs at the end of the trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Chloe Mecchi, 2, (Westminster) hunts for Easter Eggs at the end of the trail. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Bailey Boyle, 6, and her sister, Kailyn, 8, (Westminster) take a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Bailey Boyle, 6, and her sister, Kailyn, 8, (Westminster) take a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Best friends; Ronan Reed, 5 (Westminster), Peyton Gill, 1 (Westminster), his brother Jackson Gill, 5, and Aiden McCauley, 5, (Manchester) take a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Best friends; Ronan Reed, 5 (Westminster), Peyton Gill, 1 (Westminster), his brother Jackson Gill, 5, and Aiden McCauley, 5, (Manchester) take a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Avery Bruckman, 4, (Manchester) takes a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Avery Bruckman, 4, (Manchester) takes a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
Westminster Egg-citing Bunny Trail
Grace Perry, 10, (Westminster) takes a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021.
Grace Perry, 10, (Westminster) takes a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The Egg-citing Bunny Trail saw kids searching for eggs Wakefield Valley Park on the site of the old Wakefield Valley Golf Course. There were about 8 stations with prizes and activities in between. The event is sponsored by the city of Westminster's Recreation and Parks Department and sold out ahead of time, with slots limited due to COVID-19. Saturday March 27, 2021. (Jeffrey F. Bill)
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