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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Easter Egg Scramble



Our town is small and private, but the day before Easter every year there is an egg scramble for the youngsters. It has become more and more well known until this year I think the youngsters and their adult companions outnumbered the total population of the town on a regular day. There were over 7,000 plastic eggs filled by volunteers and scattered in 5 or 6 large circles for different age groups. Usually each age group has their own scramble time, but with rain threatening this year, all groups scrambled at once. What chaos but what fun! They had music for kiddie dancing, several large characters, and prizes. My 4+ year old granddaughter has gone to this scramble for 4 years, now. What a tradition for her to remember.

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Laura Lou
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I am a retired Middle School Science teacher from Michigan spending 4 months each winter in Florida and learning about a whole new world.
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