Three brothers from Douglasville were among the thousands who attended President Donald Trump's first White House Easter Egg Roll.

Brent Perren, 11, Mitchell Perren, 9, and Parker Perren, 6, were all in Washington, D.C., Monday for the big event.

All three are students at Harvester Christian Academy in Douglasville.

"The boys were invited to attend through a personal friend that worked with the Trump campaign in Georgia during the election," the boys' mother, Starla Thompson, a local insurance agent, said. "One of the funniest things that I have to share is that the one thing that excited the boys the most was the fact that they had all the "peeps" you could eat! Hilarious."

Parker is in the first grade at Harvester, Mitchell is in the third grade and Brent is in the fifth grade.

Thompson and her sons live in Douglasville. The Perren brothers are the grandsons of former Douglasville Mayor Mickey Thompson and his wife, Janice Thompson, a longtime local insurance agent.

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