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Annual EGGstravaganza in Shell Beach a big success

For two decades the annual Easter Eggstravaganza has been bringing big crowds down to the water in Pismo Beach for Easter weekend.

Children of all ages go the chance to play games, hang out with CALFIRE crews, and hunt for Easter eggs.

“We have anywhere from 2000 to 2500 kids who participate every year,” says Colleen Ghiglia, who works in the recreation department for the city of Pismo Beach. “This is put on by the city, but we certainly could not do this without all of our volunteers.

This is the 10th year the Dinosaur Caves Park has hosted the event.

“It’s fun to be helping and giving back to the community,” says volunteer Ron Rodriguez. The event features hundreds of volunteers from groups and businesses across San Luis Obispo County. “You’re going to see a lot of volunteers out here that are coming out just to do nice things for the community.”

“I think the biggest part is seeing the volunteers interacting with the children,” says Ghiglia. “We could not do it without the volunteers who are always so happy and gracious to be working with all the kids.”

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