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Blossom Time: Easter Egg Hunt, Plant Sales and Firefighter's Breakfast

YOUNGSTERS, AND OLDER HELPERS, fill the main lawn and parking lot at Jackson Park for the community egg hunt and Children’ Safety Fair, both held under prime sunny skies.

Photo by Kirby Neumann-Rea
YOUNGSTERS, AND OLDER HELPERS, fill the main lawn and parking lot at Jackson Park for the community egg hunt and Children’ Safety Fair, both held under prime sunny skies.

YOUNGSTERS, AND OLDER HELPERS, fill the main lawn and parking lot at Jackson Park for the community egg hunt and Children’ Safety Fair, both held under prime sunny skies.

Groups including Oregon State Forestry and the Hood River Aquatic Center had tables at the fair.

Hood River family Noemi and Mario Hernandez, and their children Noe and Javi, pose for a photo with Buster the Bear, the 9th and State street fixture who put in an appearance at the safety fair.

Cameron Kiyokawa serves at the West Side Fire Department all you can eat pancake breakfast on Easter morning. Firefighters kept busy filling plates with pancakes and eggs and delivering them to hungry diners in the annual Blossom Time tradition.

Across the valley, Hood River Valley High School FFA members Maria Garcia-Toche, Elle Chamberlain and Jazmin Palacios were at the Hood River County Fairgrounds selling plant starts from the school’s greenhouse.

Blooming items, such as sweet potato vines, were the first to sell out, they said.

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Noemi and Mario Hernandez, and their children Noe and Javi, pose for a photo with Buster the Bear

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Cameron Kiyokawa serves at the West Side Fire Department all you can eat pancake breakfast on Easter morning.

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Maria Garcia-Toche, Elle Chamberlain and Jazmin Palacios at the FFA plant sale at the Hood River County Fairgrounds.



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