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Easter Bunny hops into town

March 17, 2007

Albany -- A special visitor hopped into the mall for pictures and a picnic with some young friends.

The Easter Bunny now sits at the JCPenny wing of the mall. The mall hosted a picnic full of arts and crafts, volleyball, and Easter egg hunt to welcome him. He'll be in town until April 7th for pictures. Those who came say it was a fun-filled day.

"I played some ball and I haven't been in the bubbles yet. And I went on the train ride, and I got a lot of eggs," said Brittney Cameron.

The Easter bunny will also pose for pet pictures. You can bring your four-legged friends to the mall on March 26th and April 2nd between 6 and 8 p.m.

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