Thanks for hunt help |

Thanks for hunt help

Dear Editor:

The Snowmass Village Recreation Center would like to thank everyone who helped out with the underwater Easter egg hunt.

A huge thank you goes out to Keith Mayton and Brent Wenner from the Wienerdog Toy Store for providing wonderful prizes. Thank you to Alpine Bank for the Easter bunny costume and thank you to all the helpers. Thank everyone who attended the underwater Easter egg hunt and hope to see you all again next year!

Katie Workman

Snowmass Village Recreation Center

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