What's So Bunny?

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    Katelynn Goodwin of Holland, 5, right, leaned against her father, Mark, as her cousin, Brianna Lammers of Huntingburg, revealed that she was dressed as the Easter bunny during a breakfast and egg hunt Saturday at Huntingburg United Methodist Church. Children ate breakfast before participating in an egg hunt, games and other activities, including petting live chicks. Tegan Johnston/The Herald

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    Children dashed around the playground collecting Easter eggs during a breakfast and egg hunt Saturday at Huntingburg United Methodist Church. Tegan Johnston/The Herald

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    Caden Vaal of St. Anthony, 4, cracked open his finds during a breakfast and egg hunt Saturday at Huntingburg United Methodist Church. Tegan Johnston/The Herald

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    Aubrey Hargett of Huntingburg, 5, and her twin brother, Rylan, received special gift from the Easter bunny during a breakfast and egg hunt Saturday at Huntingburg United Methodist Church. Tegan Johnston/The Herald

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    Hayden Petelik of Indianapolis, 1, examined a rubber duck while playing games during a breakfast and egg hunt Saturday at Huntingburg United Methodist Church. Tegan Johnston/The Herald

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    John Hunsicker of Jasper tried to coax his daughter, Hadley Raye, 4, to pet a chick during a breakfast and egg hunt Saturday at Huntingburg United Methodist Church. Tegan Johnston/The Herald