The weekly event has led to the annual Easter egg hunt and pancake breakfast held Saturday morning at the church. North Salem Girl Scouts not only provided goodies for the bake sale but helped turn the entire bake sale, the prize redemption center and assisted with the entire days' activities.
"Easter eggs are a traditional treat and nobody is saying children shouldn't get them", said Janis Morrissey, head of health promotion with the Irish Heart Foundation.
"A special thank you to Anabela for her passion and drive, and her family for assisting with the packaging", said Ursula Tizzone, a member of the Wits South Branch of the South African Cake Decorators Guild.
The eggs were divided among two fields, one for hunters ages five to nine and the other for toddlers. Children also have the chance to hunt for golden eggs.
New Britain Youth Museum Easter Eggstravaganza - Saturday, March 31, 2018, 10:30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m. - 30 High Street, New Britain Conn. Kids and kids at heart can indulge to their heart's content with the costume contest, unicorn ride, dance with fairies, swim with mermaids, rainbow play, magic show, egg painting, donut styling, and more. "I'm hoping we get the same amount as past year", Ridder said. "It's a time of coming together, regardless of race, creed or color, to make Rome a better community".
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The breakdown is: 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. - ages 0-2, 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. - ages 3-5, 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. - ages 6-8, noon and 12:30 p.m. - ages 9-12.
The Easter Bunny was also in attendance to take photos with children, some slightly tired while others were quite alert. Also, bring your own basket, as a limited number of bags will be available.
"The La Porte Jaycees Port-A-Pit Chicken Sale is a great way to both support Jaycees events in our community and save having to cook the day before Easter", said Jim Jozaitis, Port-A-Pit co-chair. "For us, it's really well organized".
The press release notes that when the annual event was in danger of being canceled seven years ago due to a loss in funding, Jimmy and Debbie Filipowicz and Steel Etc. stepped forward and offered to pay all expenses associated with the Easter Egg Hunt.