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Betenbough Homes hosts Easter Open House

Kids came out to Betenbough Homes' annual Easter Open House on Saturday, where the Easter Bunny made a special appearance.

He brought with him some smaller bunnies, as well as ponies and crafts, that had kids grinning from ear to ear.

Eanna Roach with Betenbough Homes said they started the event in an effort to give back to the community.

"We just decided that we wanted to start hosting events quarterly here, for Lubbock," Roach said, "just to kind of give back to everyone who has just given so much to us and our family."

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