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2013 Youth Center’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt The youth were busy Monday and Tony lined the youth up along the Tuesday learning to dye Easter eggs. fence announcing age brackets Older youth assisted Marla and before they could start. The Branden to fnish dying the eggs. younger children were given a head It was no small task to complete start in order to be able to get some dyeing 30 dozen eggs. There were eggs. The older ones anxiously 583 plastic eggs flled with candy. waiting their turn before they were Thanks to the many volunteers that turned loose. It was a mad scramble came out to help. to get as many eggs ass possible. Afterwards, the children were On Thursday, March 28 was the encouraged to take a picture with Youth Center’s Easter Egg Hunt at the Easter Bunny. All the photo’s the softball feld. It was a wonderful taken were given to families as day with the weather cooperating a keepsake for the 2013 Easter enough not to rain during the hunt. Egg hunt. They were also given a The youth look forward to this chocolate Easter bunny to add to annual event. The children gathered their basket full of eggs. at the softball feld as employees scattered the eggs around the grass One parent commented, “Wow! outfeld of the softball feld. Elders, That was amazing to watch! It took parents and volunteers watched an longer to set up for the Easter Egg exciting race to pick up the eggs and hunt, than it took the kids to pick various prizes. them up. It was over so quick.”    Page 9
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