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Gypsum says thanks for the Easter egg hunt

Daily Staff ReportVail, CO Colorado
Special to the DailyMore than 2,500 people were in Gypsum for this year's Easter egg hunt. More than 6,000 eggs were hidden around Town Hall.

GYPSUM, Colorado More than 2,500 people attended Gypsums Easter egg hunt and the town is thanking the many volunteers who help out. The town has been holding an Easter egg hunt for more than 20 years. This year, kids searched for more than 6,000 eggs at Town Hall. Volunteers included Andrew Asavei, Angelica Cortes, Anne Esbenshade, Bradd Williams, Caroline Reale, Chloe Elwood, Chris Huffman, Cinthia Molinar, Danette Schlegel, Deb Marks, Dylan Cook, Elizabeth Garcia, Emily Schlegel, Frances Barela, Gabriela Mata, Greg Duprey, Heath Mosness & the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office, Hugo Benson, Justin Ritts and the Parks & Public Works crew, Lisa Schober from US Bank, Melodey Mathews, Nick Moore, Peggy Jensen, Rahie Taluker, Rick Cook, and Valorie Nelson.Sponsors and contributors included The Vail Valley Jet Center, Gypsum Town Council, Airpark Auto & Truck, American Gypsum, Big Steves Towing, Dave Peterson Electric, DJ Jensen Electric, Eagle Valley Enterprise, NRC Broadcasting, Old Gypsum Printer, Shop & Hop, Cappie & Scott Green, Tom & Margaret Edwards, Valley Lumber, Vail Daily, Calco Concrete Pumping, Copy Plus, Dave Prater, Alpine Snow Removal and Trucking, Montes Electric and Property Imaging.

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