Easter in the Twin Ports

It’s Easter weekend, so I thought I’d pull a few photos from the News Tribune files of Easters past. Enjoy…

Sister Samuella and members of her first-grade class at Holy Rosary School display their Easter bonnets during a tour of the school on March 25, 1988. In this photo, they were visiting reading specialist Elaine Mrak’s classroom. (John Rott / News-Tribune)

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Dan Pendergast of Superior, an employee of Engwall Florist and Greenhouse, makes his Easter deliveries on April 18, 1992, in Superior in a seasonal costume and a Cadillac. (Steve Stearns / News-Tribune)

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The Lester Park United Methodist Church congregation gathers for an Easter sunrise service at Brighton Beach on April 19, 1987. Providing the music are (from left) Dale Rogers, Mark Dundas and Jeanine Alexander. (Bob King / News-Tribune)

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Six-year-old Jeff Zajac of Maple Grove, Minn., casts a dubious glance at the Easter Bunny in the Fitger’s complex on April 6, 1985. Inside the costume is Fitger’s employee Stephanie Anderson. (Jack Rendulich / News-Tribune)

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