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On hunt for Easter treats

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April 02, 2018

Cousins Pale Simamao, 5, and Mal Tauti, 6, getting ready to go on the Easter Egg Hunt at Mause St Mall on Saturday.

Enchanted Rainbow children entertainer, Natasha Trungove paints Sophie Winnell, 2, as a pink unicorn.

Rachel Hunt and Violet Beaton, 2, with the Easter bunny.

Shepparton Combined Churches, Samantha Petersen and Laurel Hall perform on the Mall stage.

The Maude St Mall was buzzing with Easter excitement on Saturday with activities for all to enjoy.

Participants hunted for clues across the mall to redeem chocolate delights and sweet treats as their reward.

Enchanted Rainbow Entertainment owner Shelley Davis said children had a variety of Easter items to find, including a stuffed bunny and a basket of chickens wearing glasses.

‘‘The kids are presented with a bingo-style slip and go and walk through the mall to find the items that are on the list by following the clues next to the pictures, once they’ve found the items they come back and collect their goodies’’ Ms Davis said.

‘‘One of the items the kids have to find is a basket with three chicks wearing glasses and the clue is ‘helping you see more’.’’

The Easter bunny was a big surprise, taking time for photos with children and handing out some early chocolate eggs.

As part of the festivities, children were able to enjoy the Superslide Fun House, face painting and performances by the Shepparton Combined Churches on the mall stage.

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