[Posted on Apr 01, 2015 | 59 views]
For many children, Easter means one thing ... candy. And there was plenty of that to be found on Sunday, as Mathews Baptist Church, Hudgins, held its annual Easter egg hunt. Bentlea Lawrence was one of the first out the door Sunday to begin finding hidden Easter eggs.
For many children, Easter means one thing ... candy. And there was plenty of that to be found on Sunday, as Mathews Baptist Church, Hudgins, held its annual Easter egg hunt. Here, Hannah McBurney carefully places the Easter eggs she found in her bag.
For many children, Easter means one thing ... candy. And there was plenty of that to be found on Sunday, as Mathews Baptist Church, Hudgins, held its annual Easter egg hunt. Here, Mallory Sanger, left, helps Riley Hodges find some hidden Easter eggs.
 
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