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Grand-prize hunters

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

French Funeral Home Funeral Director Nick French invited the community to an Easter Egg Hunt Tuesday, at Lawson-Miller Chapel, Brazil, with more than 1,000 eggs hidden on the property. Children ages 12 and under searched for the grand-prize tickets hidden inside the eggs. The grand prize winners were (from left) Haylee Dickison, 12, daughter of Stephanie and Tim Dickison won the I-pod, Felecity Nuckols, 4, daughter of Jessica and Travis Nuckols, found the wagon and Zack Dickison, 8, son of Toni and Curt Crandell, won the bike. Kimberly Gleason Photo.

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Thank-You so much for your continued involvment in the community to the French Family.

-- Posted by MassieKur2011 on Wed, Apr 8, 2009, at 5:42 AM

This was a wonderful thing that was put on and congratulations to the kids. My only problem was with the traffic, this needed to be thought out just a little bit better. If you turned off of 40 onto Murphy you had to stop immediately because someone is stopped in the middle of the road dropping a kid off and just pray that they person behind you wouldn't rearend you. Just think this needed to be in a better area for traffic and those kids safety.

-- Posted by smoke20fan on Wed, Apr 8, 2009, at 7:30 AM

With this being our first Easter Egg Hunt I had no idea what to expect. Believe me, I was amaized with the turnout! I would estimate that there were 600 or so people, more than I ever imagined. Parking was an issue and with this many people there was little I could do to fix the problem. The parking lot, which holds nearly 100 cars, was full with 30 minutes before the hunt began and our "normal" backup plan is where the hunt was to take place.

Eventhough this years hunt a was absolutely a success next years hunt will be even better! We will have more eggs and I assure you we will be more prepared for parking.

I hope everyone had as much fun as I did and I hope to see you all, and your friends, next year!

Nick French

-- Posted by NTF on Wed, Apr 8, 2009, at 10:14 AM

Thank You from my family to the French's for the continuing support in community...

-- Posted by deedee on Wed, Apr 8, 2009, at 5:36 PM

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