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West Chicago library celebrates Easter with Old-Fashioned Egg Roll

Published: Friday, April 18, 2014 1:20 p.m. CST

WEST CHICAGO – Diana Mackintos takes careful aim as she participates in the West Chicago Public Library's Old-Fashioned Egg Roll on Saturday.

The Egg Roll, an Easter tradition in Washington, D.C., that dates back to 1814, is sponsored annually by the Friends of the Library.

Each child who participated received an egg filled with candy and other goodies.

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