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   The largest bunny hop involved 3,841 participants for an event organized by the Delta Centennial Committee in Delta, Utah, USA

  Largest Bunny Hop Twist- world record set by Lake Geneva

[April 29] LAKE GENEVA,Wis,USA--1269 participants performed the bunny hop twist, which consisted of people wearing bunny ears and dancing the twist and sets the world record for the largest bunny hop twist.

   Photo: The Bunny Hop Twist world record was set at the Lake Geneva Library Park on Saturday. Image by Terry Mayer/The Week

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    It took two tries for Lake Geneva to claim the title the first time around. Lake Geneva held the record for a year when 1,879 men, women and children, performed the bunny hop on the shores of Lake Geneva at Library Park in 2006.

  But in 2007, the record was taken away by Washington state residents. With 1,887 bunny hoppers, the Evergreen State Fair in Washington just barely broke Lake Geneva's record.

   This time participants performed the bunny hop twist, which consisted of people wearing bunny ears and dancing the twist.

 "There is no record for the bunny hop twist so far," event organizer Kathy Fraser, the owner of Rag Thyme, said.

  The bunny hop attempt was just one of the activities that took place in Lake Geneva's Library Park a week ago Saturday.

   The event served as an Earth Day celebration, as well as an effort to raise money for Children's Oncology Services' One Step at a Time Camp.

   The first 200 families that registered for the hop were given seedlings, donated by Badger FSA, in honor of Earth Day.

   Recycling services were also offered in downtown Lake Geneva.

    Children and families were entertained with a petting zoo, which was provided by Big Foot FSA.

  Many shops in downtown Lake Geneva held spring open houses to go along with the event as well. A green bunny scavenger hunt was involved with the open houses, where participants were able to seek out green bunnies hidden in local stores. The bunnies were green to help remind people of Earth Day.

   "We were really happy people came out," Fraser said. "People were very generous."


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