Z90.3 and Magic 92.5 Host Action Packed Easter Activities at the Salvation Army Kroc Center

Bunny Hugs for Lucky Kids

Eating Up the Easter Fun!

Finest City Broadcasting staff and talent supporting the Hip Hop Bunny Drop

More than 3-thousand children and their parents (just guessing!) turned out for the sixth annual Hip Hop Bunny Drop on Saturday, April 11, 2009 hosted by the The Salvation Army Kroc Center along with co-sponsors Z90.3 and MAGIC 92.5.

As always, the Easter egg hunt and festival was free to the public and offered three hours of fabulous events for the kids. They were able to visit and take photos with the Easter Bunny, go on pony rides, enjoy the SoCal bounce houses, meet the Rad Hatter, tackle the Kroc Center rock climbing wall, play lots of games and win exciting prizes.

Of course, the main event was the Easter egg hunt that saw children 12 and under search for the 10-thousand eggs on the Kroc Center recreation field!

The Hip Hop Bunny Drop succeeded in its goal of offering local families a safe and fun place to enjoy the Easter holiday. Everyone was albe to enjoy entertainment provided by Magic 92.5 and Z90.3 and one lucky guest won a year-long family membership to the Kroc Center.

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