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POSTED: April 21, 2014 3:00 p.m.
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This year’s Easter-egg hunt at Coastal Manor was the largest in its five-year history. The children in the 1-5-year-old bracket make a mad dash as they are released to find the eggs.

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Coastal Manor Long-Term Care Facility and the Ludowici Prince Hall Masonic Association held their annual Easter-egg hunt April 12.
This year’s event garnered the most children to ever participate. Over 2,100 eggs were hidden.  
Chief Long-Term Care Officer Elise Stafford said that the residents look forward to the egg hunt and decorate the eggs for the kids.  
There were three age divisions for finding the eggs, with awards given out to children who found prize eggs and the most eggs.
Stafford said that the annual event has grown every year, and that it was only possible with the help of the Masonic Association.
Mason Russell Thompson said that this was the event’s fifth year, and 25 Easter baskets were given to kids. The association also provided hamburgers and hotdogs to everyone.

Easter pageant
held in Long County
Young ladies from Tattnall, Liberty and Long counties recently participated in the 2014 Miss Tri-County Easter Pageant at Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici.  
Winners in each division were:
• Emersyn Hall as the baby miss winner
• Kali Cammack as the toddler winner
• Amber Atkinson as the petite miss winner
• Tylee Miles as the tiny miss winner.  
Trinity Driggers won the most-sponsored award, and Miles won the people’s choice award.
Cambree Armfield was selected as the overall winner in the birth-age 6 division, and Karena Espey won the 7-older division.

 

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