Brett Westerfield holds up a rope and lets a group of children hunt for Easter eggs during the Tri-Command Easter Egg Hunt at Freedom Sound Park in Laurel Bay Saturday morning.  Westerfield has been the coordinator of the  Single Marine and Sailor Program since its inception in Beaufort over eight years ago.
Brett Westerfield holds up a rope and lets a group of children hunt for Easter eggs during the Tri-Command Easter Egg Hunt at Freedom Sound Park in Laurel Bay Saturday morning. Westerfield has been the coordinator of the Single Marine and Sailor Program since its inception in Beaufort over eight years ago.
Brett Westerfield holds up a rope and lets a group of children hunt for Easter eggs during the Tri-Command Easter Egg Hunt at Freedom Sound Park in Laurel Bay Saturday morning. Westerfield has been the coordinator of the Single Marine and Sailor Program since its inception in Beaufort over eight years ago.

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April 04, 2009 12:00 AM

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