Nearly 100 children of Webster alumni, faculty and staff were entertained by the Easter Bunny, Silly Jilly the balloon artist, and the Webster Gorlok as they patiently awaited the Easter egg hunt to begin.
A dozen plastic eggs were "golden eggs" with certificates redeemable for prizes, including free time at Deer Creek Courts, a three-foot stuffed bunny, slip 'n slide toys, water balloon launchers and for one victor, a family pass to the city's Hidden Creek Aquapark.
Brian Schlottmann with Mobility Impaired Golf Association said 115 kids registered for the event at Lake Oswego Public Golf Course.
Cathy Fiori, recreation supervisor, said employees circulated immediately after the hunt, identifying children who had come up empty handed and giving them eggs to take home.
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Xavier, not quite 2 years old, waits with his uncle to join in Alamosa's Easter egg hunt in Boyd Park on Sunday.
MIGA is a local grassroots organization that offers free golf lessons for kids with disabilities.
"What's really important around Easter time is to really help the young people, and children especially, understand the objective of Easter and that Christ died on the cross for us, he's been raised from the dead". The weather was a flawless compliment to a fun event with Webster alumni, faculty and staff.
Rolling Plains has three worship services on Easter.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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