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Easter Egg-stravaganza!

By Bernadette Gray
A number of agents from our office held Easter Egg Hunts for their communities in the lead up to Easter.
Shannon Beavis headed over to the beautiful Chambers Island in Maroochydore, hiding 280 eggs! Shannon had a great turn out with 40 people coming along to hunt for eggs in the dunes and trees. The morning was a great success with all the eggs found in 15mins flat! Shannon also held a coloring comp, presenting his winner Tayla Jane Lebreton with a hamper pack prize!

Meanwhile, at Nowingi Park, Wrigley Street, Maroochydore Jason Mills and his team had 100 in attendance for their annual Great Beach Bunny Hunt! The crowds came to enjoy a jumping castle, sausage sizzle, balloon artist and even a special appearance from the Easter Bunny! The coffee van kept all the parents going as families searched the park high and low for chocolate eggs.
Sarah-Louise Anderson was kept busy in Sunshine Cove with approx 50 people in attendance ready to collect some of the 350 chocolate eggs hidden in the park on Sunrise Drive. Sarah said she has had lots of great feedback from everyone and a great morning was had by all.
Our office window is also looking bright and fun with the addition of all of the Easter coloring competitions entries.
From everyone here at Ray White Maroochydore we wish you a safe and happy Easter break, and hope you get a chance to enjoy the long weekend with friends and family!
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