Rangely Elks Club’s annual Easter egg hunt…

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phRGRangelyEasterEggHuntGroupChilly temperatures didn’t keep families from Rangely’s annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Rangely Elks Club. Children made a beeline for the 3,000 eggs spread across Elks Park shortly after the Rangely Rural Fire Protection District fire truck blasted its horn, the traditional start to the event.

phRGEasterPancakeBreakfastRoughly 125 Rangely residents attended the Elks Club pancake breakfast Saturday morning. Those numbers were up significantly from last year.

phRGEasterBunnyPhotoThe Easter Bunny (Chey Jackson) stopped to visit with children at the pancake breakfast and cheer them on at the egg hunt.