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The Easter Bunny arrives in Albany

The Easter Bunny has arrived at the Albany mall The Easter Bunny has arrived at the Albany mall
Exhibit employees want everyone to bring their kids out while he's in town Exhibit employees want everyone to bring their kids out while he's in town
Look for the Easter Egg Land set up and the choo-choo train making rounds near the area Look for the Easter Egg Land set up and the choo-choo train making rounds near the area
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Easter Bunny has arrived at the Albany mall and he's ready to meet and greet all of the children in the community.

He is set up near the JCPenney store, just look for the Easter Egg Land set up and the choo-choo train making rounds near the area. The Easter Bunny is available for pictures and hugs.

Exhibit employees want everyone to bring their kids out while he's in town. "We have a lot of talented photographers here and if you don't want to take a picture, that's fine anybody can come visit, it's absolutely free," said mall employee Corey Long 

The Easter Bunny will be in town until March 30th.

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