On April 4, Coastal Manor Nursing Home had its annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the Ludowici Masonic Association.
Kids, ranging from babies in their mothers’ arms to 12 year olds, all hunted eggs, especially prize eggs.
There were more than 100 children taking part in the fun, and more than 1,000 eggs hidden on the grounds.
“The residents decorated the eggs and had a ball doing it. Today is always a fun day for everyone,” Chief Long Term Care Officer Elise Stafford said.
Edwin R. Thompson, worshipful master of the association, said, “We love doing this annually for the nursing home and the community. The citizens of Coastal Manor enjoy it, and love the fellowship, especially with the kids.
Safe Hollow Animal Sanctuary holds yard sale
And on April 4, the Safe Hollow Animal Sanctuary had its annual yard sale, to help raise money for their mission of saving and provide good homes for abandoned dogs and cats.
The sale had items ranging from clothes, paintings, bicycles, to exercise equipment, and just about anyone could find something that they would need at the fund raiser.
Safe Hollow founder Debbi Callicutt said, “I’m so thankful to all the people who donated items to our yard sale, and also for all the volunteers who are working today.
“I also want to thank all the people who are out here today buying things, and want them to know that every penny raised will go to taking care of the animals.”
CMAD holds poker run to benefit Relay for Life
Also last Saturday, in their effort to raise money for this year’s Long County Relay for Life, CMAD Construction held a poker run. Registration for the ride started at 9 a.m. and the bikers left Ludowici at 10. According to team co-chairwoman Brandi Smiley, the day wrapped up with all participants meeting back in Wingmen Clubhouse in Ludowici for fellowship and a meal.
“The weather turned out to be good, and today turned out to be a great day for the run,” Smiley said.
Elim Baptist Church has 'Fish Tales'
And last Sunday, Elim Baptist Church’s Children’s Music Department had its annual Easter program called Fish Tales. Nine of the kids ranging in ages from 9-12 starred in the program, which focused on an old man fishing with eight kids, and the man telling the children about the real meaning of Easter.
The church had a full house, and everyone praised the theme of the program, the kids’ performances and the adults who put it together.