April 23, 2014 | LXXIV No. 4

Hundreds find little treasures

Hundreds of kids from 1 to 10 years of age cleaned the middle school athletic field of thousands of plastic eggs in mere minutes Saturday.

Kids race from one side of the athletic field at Grand Coulee Dam Middle School to the other picking up some 2,500 plastic eggs provided by the Lions Club. It took four minutes. - Scott Hunter photo

Ludolph Field at Grand Coulee Dam Middle School sported about 2,500 colored plastic eggs containing candy or prizes planted there by the Lions Club.

Cordoned off for four age groups, each starting at separate times, the field was cleared of eggs in four minutes.

The 11 a.m. event, which the Lions have been putting on since 1936, was preceded a half hour earlier this year by a well-attended Easter Parade sponsored by the Coulee Medical Center Auxiliary.

Here are the winners of the Lions Easter Egg hunt:

 

1- to 3-year-olds

    1st place    Kinzley Dennis            Grand Coulee

    2nd place   Paris Figuroa              Grand Coulee

    3rd place   Ashlyn Milligan-Portch  Kirkland

 

4- to 5-year-olds

    1st place    Jada Llamas                Grand Coulee

    2nd place   Lexi Routon                 Spokane

    3rd place    Major Andre                 Ephrata

 

6- to 7-year-olds

    1st place    Brizeida Villefana        Coulee Dam

    2nd place   Caden Portch              Grand Coulee

    3rd place    Whitney Rogers          Keller

 

8- to 10-year-olds

    1st place    Brooklyn Barker         Grand Coulee

    2nd place   Jamie King                 Spokane

    3rd place    C J Arcasa                Belvedere

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