The hunt was on Saturday as four local churches hosted an Easter Eggstravaganza for the community. First United Methodist, First Presbyterian, First Baptist and New Covenant churches offered egg hunts for different age levels as well as crafts, music, games and lunch at the Dadeville Elementary School playground. The event was the second annual for Dadeville, and numerous families turned out to enjoy the day. | Alison James
The hunt was on Saturday as four local churches hosted an Easter Eggstravaganza for the community. First United Methodist, First Presbyterian, First Baptist and New Covenant churches offered egg hunts for different age levels as well as crafts, music, games and lunch at the Dadeville Elementary School playground. The event was the second annual for Dadeville, and numerous families turned out to enjoy the day. | Alison James

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Egg-citement

Published 11:06am Thursday, March 21, 2013

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