FROM READERS: Family photos from Eggstravaganza at Douglass Park
Saturday, April 7, 2012 | 6:41 p.m. CDT
Tina Xu, 4, is happy with the many eggs that she picked up in the egg hunt.
The yearly Egg Hunt Eggstravaganza was held Saturday at Douglass Park. Columbia parents and their children participated in the egg hunt by collecting plastic eggs that had candy in them.
To see more pictures of the egg hunt, check out the Missourian's photo gallery of the event.
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Alessa Lenser, 2, holds her toy next to her Easter basket.
Natalie Johns and her daughters Bryaunna Johns, 8, and Dajonnae Johns, 11, joined the egg hunt.
Xiaojun Xu and Fengfei Wang pose for a photo with their daughter, Tina Xu.
Anna Suarec, 4, holds her Easter basket. Her mother, Dominike Merle, came with her to the egg hunt.
Calvin Lautenschlager, 2, holds a pink toy in his basket. His parents, Bill and Ally Lautenschlager, accompanied him.
Alice Kraatz, 6, and her brother James, 5, participated in the egg hunt. Their grandparents, Sandra Santas and John Santas, also attended the event. Alice and James' mom, Elizabeth Kraatz, was happy to see her kids have fun at the egg hunt.
Diana Finney and her son, Aaron Finney, joined the egg hunt event.
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