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COLLEGE STATION - The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum hosted the 32nd Annual College Station Easter Egg Hunt Saturday.
Families stood in line to get their picture taken with the Easter Bunny after the big -- and extremely quick -- egg hunt.
There were plenty of activities to keep the kids busy.
The College Station Easter Egg Hunt has been around and hosted by the College Station Police Department since 1982.
In 1999 the Bush Library began hosting the event, modeling it after the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
News 3's Natalie Ferrari was out there judging the kite-flying contest.
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