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Brookside Easter Egg Hunt

Residents of Brookside celebrated a little early with their annual Easter Egg Hunt last Sunday. (photo courtesy of Vivian Gueler)

This story was updated Saturday to include more photos.

Last weekend residents of Brookside celebrated Easter a bit early with their annual Brookside Easter Egg Hunt.

“It was another successful year with record attendance and over 600 eggs hidden throughout Sandy and Bill Boeck’s garden on the Brookside stream, which looked spectacular with Spring flowers in full bloom.  Getting the word out via Nextdoor, the Brookside HOA mailing and the Brookside e-mail circular, surely helped,”Vivian Gueler told the Buzz.

The event is organized annually by volunteers for Brookside residents.  This year’s volunteers included myself, Gina and Jonathan Rudnick, Peje and Ahong Kharazzi,  Gina Riberi, Roy Forbes, and his daughter Merryn Forbes, who donned the Easter Bunny suit.  Neighbors hunted with CD4 Council Member David Ryu was in attendance for the third year in a row.

Thanks to Brookside resident and hunt organizer Vivian Gueler for the report and the adorable photos.

The Easter Bunny helps Brookside’s youngest residents hunt for eggs last weekend at the annual Brookside Easter Egg Hunt. (photo courtesy of Sandy Boeck)
The Easter Bunny last weekend at the annual Brookside Easter Egg Hunt. (photo courtesy of Sandy Boeck)
CD4 Council Member David Ryu with Brookside’s youngest residents.
Nikka Gueler with Easter Bunny – Brookside resident Merryn Forbes. (photo courtesy of Vivian Gueler)
Volunteers with councilman and hosts (l-r) Vivian Gueler, Bill Boeck, Sandy Boeck, CD 4 Council Member David Ryu, Roy Forbes, Merryn Forbes, Peje Kharrazi, Jonathan Rudnick (photo courtesy of Vivian Gueler)
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Patricia Lombard
Patricia Lombard
Patricia Lombard is the co-editor and publisher of the Larchmont Buzz. Patty lives with her family in Fremont Place. She has been active in neighborhood issues since moving here in 1989. Her pictorial history, "Larchmont" for Arcadia Press is available at Chevalier's Books.

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