Egg-travaganza

The weather proved perfect Saturday for the 25th annual Easter Egg hunt at Norway’s Marion Park. Here, families lined up in the up to age 3 area for the start of the hunt. (Betsy Bloom/Daily News photo)
The weather proved perfect Saturday for the 25th annual Easter Egg hunt at Norway’s Marion Park. Here, At Barbara Fayas of Breitung Township helps her grandson, 5-year-old Nicholas Johnson, open the eggs he collected; he wound up having several certificates, Fayas said. (Betsy Bloom/Daily News photo)
The weather proved perfect Saturday for the 25th annual Easter Egg hunt at Norway’s Marion Park. The event drew thousands of people from across the Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin to collect 50,000 plastic eggs filled with candy and certificates for prizes that included a number of bikes. Bryan Anderson, age 3, was determined to ride out of the park on his new bicycle, with the help of his parents, Fran and James Anderson of Quinnesec. (Betsy Bloom/Daily News photo)
The weather proved perfect Saturday for the 25th annual Easter Egg hunt at Norway’s Marion Park. The event drew thousands of people from across the Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin to collect 50,000 plastic eggs filled with candy and certificates for prizes that included a number of bikes. From left, Pam Winkler works with Addisyn Frank, Jennifer Jacobson and Shyla Queen to sort through the girls’ eggs; all had come from Laona, Wis., for the event. (Betsy Bloom/Daily News photo)
The weather proved perfect Saturday for the 25th annual Easter Egg hunt at Norway’s Marion Park. Ryott Guy, age 17 months, of Iron Mountain had eyes only for the blue ball, one of several set out for the hunt. (Betsy Bloom/Daily News photo)

The weather proved perfect Saturday for the 25th annual Easter Egg Hunt at Norway’s Marion Park. The event drew thousands of people from across the Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin to collect 50,000 plastic eggs filled with candy and certificates for prizes that included a number of bikes.

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