Easter Bunny visits Tulalip Montessori

By Andrew Gobin

Tulalip Montessori Students were visited by an elusive Easter guest last Friday.  Lining the playground fence to start their hunt for treasured Easter Eggs, they were ecstatic to see the Easter Bunny hiding eggs.

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As the children ran about, scouring the playground for the highly prized eggs, the Easter Bunny visited with kids, passing out hugs and more eggs.

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And they're off! Children race to find the most Easter Eggs. Photo: Andrew Gobin/Tulalip News
And they’re off! Children race to find the most Easter Eggs.

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Andrew Gobin is a reporter with the See-Yaht-Sub, a publication of the Tulalip Tribes Communications Department.
Email: agobin@tulaliptribes-nsn.gov
Phone: (360) 716.4188

Easter Bunny visits Montessori students

Photos by Jeannie Briones

IMG_4925Easter may be a few days away, but on March 29th kids at the Tulalip Montessori School got an early visit from the Easter Bunny.

After much smiling, laughing and hugging, the kids made a dash through the playground, hunting for candy and eggs, which they stashed in their own hand-decorated bags.

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Tribal member Zakk Boehme
Tribal member Peyton Gobin.