Kids Go Hunting In Clark County

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Updated: 4/07/2012 9:17 pm

     Kids went hunting...for eggs in Winchester Saturday.  The Winchester Clark County Department of Parks and Recreation hosted it's annual egg hunt.  Kids of all ages competed for prizes, which included a bike.  Organizers say they like to give back to the community by showing it off.

     "I just think, you know, it's a good opportunity for people to see what Winchester has to offer. It's a beautiful city and it's up and coming and we got a lot of good people here. Come out and see us," explains Jeff Lewis, the Winchester/Clark County Parks & Rec Director.

     The egg hunt has been a family favorite for more than a decade.

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