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Youngsters hop with the Bunny during Upper Macungie trunk hunt


Special to The Press

The Upper Macungie Township Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with Bears Repeating, sponsored a Bunny Hop Trunk Hunt on April 1 at Grange Park.

Community organizations and commercial vendors handed out Easter treats and eggs to children during the event and the Easter Bunny was available for photos.

Though the morning weather included rain, thunder and lightning, the skies cleared and gave the trunk hunt a beautiful sunny afternoon before rain returned later in the day.

PRESS PHOTO BY LOU WHEELAND Upper Macungie Police Officer Bill Rohrbach and Detective Adam Miller chat with Eleanora, 5, and Elsa, 7, Hennick, of Kutztown, at the Bunny Hop Trunk Hunt April 1 at Grange Park. Additional photos appear on page A2.
Upper Macungie Detective Adam Miller holds Ethan Kistler, 5, while friend Zac Bower, 9, smiles for the camera at the Bunny Hop Trunk Hunt. The boys are from Weisenberg Township. PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND
Ammu Rokkam, 3-1/2, and dad, Srujan, were dressed for the Upper Macungie Bunny Hop Trunk Hunt at Grange Park.
Olivia De Filippo, 6, and mom, Kelly, of Breinigsville, stopped by the Cetronia Ambulance Corps trunk at the Bunny Hop Trunk Hunt. Cetronia Paramedic Krista Benner and EMT Brandy Trinidad were on hand to greet visitors.
Heather Geiger, of Upper Macungie, takes photos of her daughters Bella, 10, and Lily, 7, at the Bunny Hop Trunk Hunt April 1 at Grange Park. Helping the Easter Bunny was Marko Trifkovic.