If your child had his or her picture taken with the Spring Bunny at Lakewood Ranch Community Activities Corp.’s Eggstravaganza event March 23, it’s not too late to get your East County Observer trading card photo.
Unclaimed photos may be picked up at Lakewood Ranch Community Activities’ office, located in the Lakewood Ranch Information Center adjacent to Summerfield Park, 6310 Lakewood Ranch Blvd., Lakewood Ranch. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, or call 757-1530.
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- Who is the "spring bunny"? Are we trying not to offend anyone? It's called the EASTER BUNNY and if it offends you or your child, then don't participate!
This PC non-sense is really going too far.
- Who is the "spring bunny"??? Are we trying not to offend anyone????
It's the Easter Bunny and if it offends you or your child, don't participate.
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