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Cottontail Carnival is Saturday

For the first time ever, the Easter Bunny himself will meet and greet little ones and pose for pictures at the annual Cottontail Carnival at the Henning Community Center on Saturday.
The colossal cottontail himself confirmed the news. Citizen’s Advocate landed an exclusive interview with Mr. Bunny, which wasn’t easy because, as everyone knows, he makes himself scarce most of the year. We sat down with him in his enormous bunny burrow where little bunny helpers were busy painting eggs.
“It’s true,” said Mr. Bunny, wiggling his nose inside his pastel-themed home. “I don’t know who your sources are, but they’re right on the money. I’ll be at the Cottontail Carnival this year and I hope to be mobbed by children.”
Mr. Bunny said he has wanted to attend in previous years, but it wasn’t until this year that all the details came together.
“I know all about the good little boys and girls around Henning,” he said. “They’re very smart, and they’re excellent egg hunters. If they want to pose with me, I’ll make sure they receive a free picture.”
On his fingers, he ticked off all the great things the carnival offers children.  read entire story. . . .