More Scenes From Annual Wildfire Day

More than 20,000 plastic Easter eggs dotted Ashley Pond Park Saturday morning for the Elks Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The Elks have hosted the event for 20 years. The event started at Urban Park but is now held in conjunction with the annual Los Alamos Fire Department Wildfire Day. Freedom Church also hosted several activities during the event. Photo by Connor Hoch

Members of Freedom Church, a new church in Los Alamos, hosted several events during the Elks Easter Egg Hunt and the Los Alamos Fire Departments Wildfire Day Saturday at Ashley Pond Park. They held giveaways for bikes as well as other goodies. The church also provided several bouncy houses. Freedom Church was established in January and meets at 11 a.m. Sundays at the Holiday Inn Express. Photo by Connor Hoch

Anne Kain of Del Norte Credit Union and Jesse Kain help distribute bike helmets during the Elks Easter Egg Hunt and Los Alamos Fire Departments Wildfire Day Saturday. Photo by Connor Hoch

And they’re off! Hundreds of children rush across Ashley Pond to collect Easter eggs. Photo by Connor Hoch

A youngster works hard to collect eggs. Photo by Connor Hoch

Families get their picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Photo by Connor Hoch

Sparky the Fire Dog was a popular figure at Saturday’s event. Photo by Connor Hoch

The Classic Air Medical helicopter participates in the Elks Easter Egg Hunt and Los Alamos Fire Departments Wildfire Day. Photo by Connor Hoch

A long line of families wait to be admitted into one of the bouncy houses during the Elks Easter Egg Hunt and Los Alamos Fire Departments Wildfire Day Saturday. The bouncy bouses were provided by Freedom Church. Photo by Connor Hoch

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