|A worm's eye view of the impending stampede of five year old kids.|
The event was from 9:00am to 11:00am and the four various age groups had two different opportunities to participate. All the while Robert Walker performed the roll of DJ again this year and kept the peeps alive with tunes from all eras.
From left to right: Councilmember Bridgette Moore, Little Miss Wildomar (daughter of Councilmember Nigg), Councilmember Dusting Nigg and Young Miss Wildomar Daisy Varney are getting the next group of egg hunters revved up to start.
As has become the custom in Wildomar, there was a special needs table that drew a handful of participants.
Besides the egg hunt, there was a bouncy house, face painting, glitter tattoos and pictures with the Easter bunny available.
|Face painting was a popular attraction.|
In addition to the city's booth, the Elks Lodge had a booth and so did the San Gorgonio girl scouts.
|Scouting is a great activity for your child (boy or girl). Consider getting them involved.|
The snack bar was being manned by the parent's of boy scout troop 332, and troop 2011 was raising money for a coming eagle scout project that will see a refurbishment of the base of the water tower at Marna O'Brien park.
|Members of the Elks helped out at the prize table.|
There were also some tables for young artists to get in some coloring time or fabricate some crafts.
|This aspiring artist was seen applying the just the right color to the just the right spot.|
|Families lined up to get a photo with Peter Cottontail.|
It's a very good cause, water safety awareness.
Drowning is for keeps, and it is the number one cause of death in children under the age of five.
Even if you don't want to run, it's going to be a beautiful morning with lots of activity at the park starting at 8:00am. There will be vendors and other activities too... so come on out! ☺
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