SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) — Many people across the Bay Area are hoping this Easter holiday looks a lot brighter than last year when the pandemic was beginning to unfold. The North Bay is getting ready to celebrate with safety measures and a lot of hope.
Easter came early to hundreds of families in Sonoma County Wednesday they were the lucky recipients of giant Easter baskets for kids.
Allison and her mom Guadalupe Soto say this Easter is already looking brighter than the last one, that’s for sure.
“I hope a little happier than last year, it was difficult for everybody,” said Guadalupe Soto.
The Salvation Army of Santa Rosa organized the Easter basket giveaway for underserved families across the region impacted by COVID. They received so many donations of candy and toys, there was hardly room for more than a thousand baskets inside the warehouse.
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