Hunting for Easter treasures


Kalynn Rae, 5, stretches as far as she can to grab a plastic egg as her mom, Kathryn Rae, both of Sedalia, holds a bag open for found eggs during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia at Smith-Cotton High School. Hunting in a section for older children was brother Hyrum, 11. Children from infant to sixth grade participated in the hunt, searching for hundreds of eggs.


One brightly colored egg already in hand, Macie Nilson, 5, of Green Ridge, races off to find more hidden treasures at Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia.


Luke Belardo, 4, drops another piece of candy into his Easter basket as sister Grace Belardo, 9, grabs more eggs to crack open Saturday morning. “We got some good candy. Maybe too much,” Grace said with a laugh. The pair was at the Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia with siblings Nathan, 11, and Joshua, 3.


Dennis Butner, 4, drops a blue egg into his matching Easter basket held by mom Denise Ehlert, both of Sedalia, during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia. After all the eggs were found, the mother-son duo waited in line for hot dogs and chips provided by the church.


Kalynn Rae, 5, stretches as far as she can to grab a plastic egg as her mom, Kathryn Rae, both of Sedalia, holds a bag open for found eggs during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia at Smith-Cotton High School. Hunting in a section for older children was brother Hyrum, 11. Children from infant to sixth grade participated in the hunt, searching for hundreds of eggs.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD032816EasterEggHunt.jpgKalynn Rae, 5, stretches as far as she can to grab a plastic egg as her mom, Kathryn Rae, both of Sedalia, holds a bag open for found eggs during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia at Smith-Cotton High School. Hunting in a section for older children was brother Hyrum, 11. Children from infant to sixth grade participated in the hunt, searching for hundreds of eggs.

One brightly colored egg already in hand, Macie Nilson, 5, of Green Ridge, races off to find more hidden treasures at Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD032816EasterEggHunt2.jpgOne brightly colored egg already in hand, Macie Nilson, 5, of Green Ridge, races off to find more hidden treasures at Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia.

Luke Belardo, 4, drops another piece of candy into his Easter basket as sister Grace Belardo, 9, grabs more eggs to crack open Saturday morning. “We got some good candy. Maybe too much,” Grace said with a laugh. The pair was at the Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia with siblings Nathan, 11, and Joshua, 3.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD032816EasterEggHunt3.jpgLuke Belardo, 4, drops another piece of candy into his Easter basket as sister Grace Belardo, 9, grabs more eggs to crack open Saturday morning. “We got some good candy. Maybe too much,” Grace said with a laugh. The pair was at the Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia with siblings Nathan, 11, and Joshua, 3.

Dennis Butner, 4, drops a blue egg into his matching Easter basket held by mom Denise Ehlert, both of Sedalia, during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia. After all the eggs were found, the mother-son duo waited in line for hot dogs and chips provided by the church.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TSD032816EasterEggHunt4.jpgDennis Butner, 4, drops a blue egg into his matching Easter basket held by mom Denise Ehlert, both of Sedalia, during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia. After all the eggs were found, the mother-son duo waited in line for hot dogs and chips provided by the church.

Kalynn Rae, 5, stretches as far as she can to grab a plastic egg as her mom, Kathryn Rae, both of Sedalia, holds a bag open for found eggs during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia at Smith-Cotton High School. Hunting in a section for older children was brother Hyrum, 11. Children from infant to sixth grade participated in the hunt, searching for hundreds of eggs.

One brightly colored egg already in hand, Macie Nilson, 5, of Green Ridge, races off to find more hidden treasures at Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia.

Luke Belardo, 4, drops another piece of candy into his Easter basket as sister Grace Belardo, 9, grabs more eggs to crack open Saturday morning. “We got some good candy. Maybe too much,” Grace said with a laugh. The pair was at the Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia with siblings Nathan, 11, and Joshua, 3.

Dennis Butner, 4, drops a blue egg into his matching Easter basket held by mom Denise Ehlert, both of Sedalia, during Saturday morning’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted by First Baptist Church of Sedalia. After all the eggs were found, the mother-son duo waited in line for hot dogs and chips provided by the church.

Sedalia Democrat
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