by: SEAN MINOGUE - Katie Purdy shows off Otis the pony with his bunny ears to several area youngsters at the Hunt. More than 2,000 people of all ages came out Saturday to the Hop at the Hunt in Lake Oswego to search for 11,000 treasure eggs, ride a pony or just enjoy the beautiful venue on a sunny day.

“Katy Purdy and I attribute the growing success of this family-friendly event to broad collaboration between city, business and nonprofit leaders,” said Pastor Keith Dickerson, Hope Community Church, one of the event’s JUJUBEAN PHOTOGRAPHY - Children, ages 6 to 7 years old, were off on a mad dash looking for treasure eggs during the Hop at the Hunt Saturday.

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