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Easter Bunny hops to Malden, raising almost $2K for the Malden Warming Center

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  More than $1,800 was raised during Saturday’s Malden Warming Center craft fair, featuring the Easter Bunny.

  “We had a great day and raised a little over $1,800 for the MWC,” Interim Operations Manager Melanie Flynn said. “More importantly, we provided a fun day for the community.”
Landon Resendes, 5 months, with the Easter Bunny
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Ricardo Soto shook hands with the Easter Bunny.
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Mystic Valley Regional Charter School kindergartener Neil Umakanch is shown during Saturday’s craft fair at the Malden Warming Center.
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Malden resident Sophie Liu-Happ, 1, met the Easter Bunny. Holding her is her mother, Grace.
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The Mani family, pictured from left to right: Naren Dran, Suganyadevi, Karan, 9, and Bhoomikaa Mani, 5, with the Easter Bunny.
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Pictured from left to right: Malden Warming Center Assistant Director Kate Ray, Pastor Gerry Whetstone, Christina Ducharme, volunteer Kayla Durham and Interim Operations Manager/Fundraising Chair Melanie Flynn.
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Renee Swann painted a butterfly onto Lexi, 5.
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Malden resident Liliana Godoy, 6, decorated an Easter egg with a heart.
Danielle Kuhn, Ellie’s Unique Crafts owner, and Charles Vincent held “carrots for the Easter bunny” and “treats for the Easter bunny” decor.
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Tara Forcellati, owner of Daily Țara Designs, displayed a bunny shirt and a carrot patch sign.
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Former Malden resident Janice Lamb, Jan’s Resin Art owner, displayed a bunny cellular phone holder that she made out of resin.

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