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Easter Egg Hunts

Montgomery, Ala (WSFA) -- Huge Easter Egg hunts set for Saturday.  In Montgomery, Clear Channel Radio's 2nd Annual Citywide Easter Egg Hunt kicks off at 10:00 am. 

This year over 2000 candy filled eggs will be up for grabs plus 6 golden eggs with $50 dollars each and 3 platinum eggs with $100 each. In addition there will be music and inflatables for kids to enjoy during the hunt.

The hunt at ASU's Academic Mall is only open for children 12 and younger.  It's from 10:00 am - 12:00 PM.

Also on Saturday, the city of Auburn is holding its 29th Annual Easter Egg Hunt.  This free community event is one of the largest egg hunts in Lee County and features more than 25,000 eggs hidden all over Kiesel Park.

Enjoy live music, free soft drinks, balloons, and a chance to have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny! The Greater Kiwanis Club of Auburn will be selling hot dogs and hamburgers. Proceeds will benefit needy families throughout the community.

The fun starts at 11:00 am.

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