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Cape Girardeau police looking for suspect in Tuesday night robbery (04/07/10)
Cape Girardeau police officers are still looking for the man who robbed two men at around 9 p.m. Tuesday in the 800 block of Themis Street. Cpl. Adam Glueck, spokesman for the police department, said Wednesday the victims in the crime didn't indicate they were robbed at knifepoint, as previously reported...
Sikeston man killed on motorcycle, Glenallen man seriously injured in separate morning accidents (04/07/10)
A Sikeston, Mo., man died in a motorcycle accident while a Glen Allen, Mo., man was sent to the hospital after being ejected from his Jeep in separate accidents earlier today. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Keith P. Williams, 52, of Sikeston was driving his 1985 Honda motorcycle around 12:15 a.m. when he failed to negotiate a curve on Route AA near Miner, Mo. The motorcycle then ran off the left side of the roadway and overturned, coming to a rest on County Road 807...
Tornado watch in effect for Southeast Missouri counties (04/07/10)
Around 1:15 p.m. today, the National Weather Service in Paducah, Ky., announced a tornado watch is in effect in Cape Girardeau County until 7 p.m. Other local counties in the watch area include Scott, Perry, Stoddard and Bollinger. Rick Shanklin, a meteorologist with the Paducah office, said there is a line of rain and thunderstorms in south central Missouri moving east...
Suspect in Poplar Bluff murder released on bond (04/07/10)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo -- A Poplar Bluff man charged with murdering his sister-in-law's boyfriend during an verbal dispute at his rural Butler County home was released on bond Monday, the Daily American Republic reported. Randy Paul Johnson was released from the Butler County Justice Center after posting a $10,000 bond...
$40 million Cape school bond issue garners 61 percent of vote (04/07/10)
Work could start as early as summer on the largest-ever overhaul of buildings in the Cape Girardeau School District. Voters in the district decided overwhelmingly in favor of a $40 million bond proposal to replace an elementary school, build an event complex and address deferred maintenance throughout the district, among other projects. The issue, which required 57.2 percent to pass, garnered 61.26 percent of the vote...
Rediger wins Cape mayoral race with 63 percent of vote (04/07/10)
Retired businessman Harry Rediger won a landslide victory Tuesday to become mayor of Cape Girardeau. Rediger, 73, defeated former city councilman Matt Hopkins, taking 63 percent of the vote and carrying all but two of Cape Girardeau's 19 precincts. Hopkins won by a narrow margin only in the two precincts that produced the lowest number of votes in the contest...
Sikeston City Council votes to make meth ingredient available by prescription only (04/07/10)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Council members unanimously approved a bill requiring a prescription for the purchase of products containing ephedrine and ephedrine products during the regular Sikeston City Council meeting Monday, the Sikeston Standard Democrat reported...
Voss, Davis-Proffer win Cape Girardeau City Council seats (04/07/10)
Incumbent Cape Girardeau City Councilmember John Voss won a narrow re-election victory and southside voters selected Meg Davis-Proffer to represent them on the council for the next four years.
Nenninger, Moore to sit on Cape School Board (04/07/10)
An incumbent and new school board member will help implement the district's recently approved $40 million plan while also making decisions regarding state funding cuts. Incumbent Paul Nenninger and banker Phil Moore won at the polls Tuesday. They received 33.87 percent and 26.77 percent of the vote respectively. Moore and Nenninger will now serve three year terms on the board...
Roy Blunt promotes alternative health care reform plan at Cape stop (04/07/10)
U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt used a Tuesday visit to Cape Girardeau to promote his call to repeal the recently enacted federal health care overhaul bill and replace it with "real health care solutions." Blunt, a Springfield Republican, said a 12-point program he is promoting would lower costs, improve care and fix problems with the health care system. ...
Missouri Supreme Court rejects Purcell's argument in closed meeting case (04/07/10)
The Missouri Supreme Court has rejected Cape Girardeau County Commissioner Jay Purcell's claim that he and his colleagues engaged in an illegal closed meeting.
Perry County election results (04/07/10)
Scott County election results (04/07/10)
Bollinger County election results (04/07/10)
Cape Girardeau County election results (04/07/10)
Voters elect 3 TRCC trustees (04/07/10)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo.--The candidates who expressed their support for the direction administrators are taking at Three Rivers Community College during their campaign won by more than 200 votes each for the two seats up for grabs on the board of trustees. Phil Davis defeated Darrel Reed by 1,229 to 994 votes for Sub-District Three and Randy Grassham ended up with 903 compared with Dr. Gene Oakley's 641 for Sub-District 2 on Tuesday...
Incumbents beat in Neelyville school board race (04/07/10)
NEELYVILLE -- Newcomers beat out two multiple-term incumbents in every precinct for three-year terms which were up for election on the Neelyville school board. Donna Akers was elected with 261 votes. Carrie Jones also won with 183 votes over Travis Birdsong's 101 votes and Gene Russom's 86 in Butler and Ripley counties...
Storyteller profile: Marilyn Kinsella (04/07/10)
Marilyn Kinsella is one of six featured performers at the Cape Girardeau Storytelling festival this weekend, Friday through Sunday. For 16 years she has worked as a storyteller and puppeteer at the Edwardsville Public Library in Edwardsville, Ill. After her retirement in 2002 she has worked as a full-time, freelance professional storyteller. ...
Public forum tonight for new Perry County power plant discussion (04/07/10)
Concerns are being raised about the environmental effect of a proposed wood-fueled power plant in Perryville, Mo. A public forum to discuss the project will be at 6:30 p.m. today at the Perryville Senior Citizens Center, 4 N. Spring St. Liberty Green Renewables of Georgetown, Ind., plans to build a $120 million plant adjacent to the Perryville Industrial Park to burn wood chips to produce electricity...
Welker wins seat as Jackson alderman (04/07/10)
A Jackson alderman appointed to the position in September has won his first election to the same post. Voters on Tuesday elected incumbent Tim Welker to the Ward 1 Board of Aldermen seat. Welker defeated challenger Dustin M. Cauble 148 to 77. A heavy-equipment operator and truck driver for Oscar Welker and Sons, Welker was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Curt Poore in September...
Former Cape Chamber of Commerce director dies (04/07/10)
Bob Hendrix, 77, who led the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce for more than 20 years, died Tuesday. Arrangements are pending at Ford and Sons Funeral Home. Hendrix served as president and CEO of the chamber from June 1972 through October 1993...
Cape County clerk hands over election duties while in labor (04/07/10)
Kara Clark-Summers, who as Cape Girardeau County clerk normally supervises elections of all races the county, went into labor Tuesday. But election supervisor Joey Keys, who handled the duties for Summers on election day, said she had yet to deliver her baby at press time...
Incumbent, former member winners in Scott City School Board race (04/07/10)
An incumbent and a former school board member were the two winners in the Scott City School Board election Tuesday. David Gene Thompson, who was elected to the board in 2007, and Lisa Schaefer, who served on the board from 2004 to 2007, won from a field of seven candidates...
Voters say 'no' to new Altenburg elementary school (04/07/10)
Perry County voters showed their disapproval for a $2.4 million bond issue for the Altenburg School District at the polls Tuesday, ultimately saying no to the development of a new elementary school.
Bond issue, mayoral election give boost to voter turnout (04/07/10)
A bond to overhaul school buildings and election of municipal officials were among factors county election supervisors said affected voter turnout in Tuesday's elections. In Cape Girardeau County, election supervisor Joey Keys said turnout was as he expected, with the heaviest in Cape Girardeau. He said the Arena Building was among the busiest in Cape Girardeau, with 1,762 voters casting their ballots at the location...
Chaffee sewer, water bond issue passes (04/07/10)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- The water and wastewater system in Chaffee will receive a makeover after voters approved a $12 million bond Tuesday.
Perry County voters extend road improvement tax (04/07/10)
After Perry County voters approved extending a countywide sales tax for road improvements Tuesday, Presiding Commissioner Carl Leuckel said the county commission will meet Thursday to start discussing roads that are most in need of improvements.
Professor, ex-firefighter join fire district board (04/07/10)
A former firefighter and an adjunct government professor will be inducted as the East County Fire Protection District's two new members April 20, after a vote Tuesday in Cape Girardeau County. The fire protection board, which is responsible for crafting the district's budget, is expanding its panel from three to five members to better serve the communities the district protects...
Rodney Carrington camp postpones concert to October (04/07/10)
The Rodney Carrington concert scheduled for Friday at the Show Me Center has been postponed due to "personal reasons" according to press contacts with the performer. Carrington, a comedian, singer and actor, called off or rescheduled shows slated for the next few weeks, including the Cape Girardeau appearance. The show, originally set for 7 p.m. Friday, has been rescheduled to Oct. 23...
Route BB in Cape county reduced for pavement repair (04/07/10)
Route BB in Cape County will be reduced to one lane with a 16-foot width restriction while MoDOT crews repair pavement. This section of road is from Route B to the end of state maintenance. The work, begun Tuesday, will continue from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Thursday.
Southbound Fruitland rest area on I-55 closed (04/07/10)
The southbound Fruitland rest area on Interstate 55 in Cape Girardeau County will be closed while Missouri Department of Transportation crews make repairs.The rest area will close at 7 a.m. today and reopen at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Univ. of Missouri students to rally for pot (04/07/10)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Marijuana users at the University of Missouri plan a rally Thursday to build support for pot smoking as an alternative to underage alcohol use and binge drinking. A group called Safer Alternative For Enjoyable Recreation organized rallies last week at more than 80 colleges and universities in 34 states. Proponents on the Columbia campus moved their event to this week because of spring break...
Senator aims to cut incentive pay for Mo. teachers (04/07/10)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Senate budget chief wants to eliminate funding for a Missouri program that givers teachers extra pay for taking on extra duties. Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Rob Mayer, of Dexter, wants to get rid of the $37 million Career Ladder program. He says the money could be used to help close a projected $500 million shortfall in next year's budget...
Supporters of school closing plan win election (04/07/10)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Voters in Kansas City have elected a slate of candidates who support a massive reorganization plan for the city's troubled school district. The unofficial results of Tuesday's election means that Superintendent John Covington's plan to close nearly half of the district's schools and lay off hundreds of employees will have majority support on the board...
Senate panel backs deeper cuts to Missouri colleges (04/07/10)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Students at Missouri's colleges and universities could face tuition increases next school year if cuts approved Tuesday by a Senate committee are upheld. The Senate Appropriations Committee decided to cut nearly $65 million from the budgets of public colleges and universities...
Columbia, Mo., voters approve surveillance cameras (04/07/10)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Columbia voters have endorsed a plan to put in downtown surveillance cameras to address concerns about rising crime. Unofficial returns from Tuesday's city election show that the initiative petition started by the mother of an assault victim won the support of 59 percent of voters. The ballot measure known as Proposition 1 won by a margin of more than 3,300 votes...
Woods commanding more attention than usual before Masters (04/07/10)
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Another day at Augusta National brought Tiger Woods closer to the very reason he came to the Masters. He turned his head from side to side so he could make eye contact with fans as he walked off the green. He looked more at ease as he tried to make good on his pledge to be a better person...
W.Va. coal mine blast in deadliest since '84 (04/07/10)
MONTCOAL, W.Va. -- Rescuers held out slim hope Tuesday that four missing coal miners might have survived when a mine repeatedly cited for improperly venting methane gas exploded, killing 25 people in the country's deadliest underground disaster in a quarter-century...
Experts suspect economy behind 2008 decline in U.S. birth rate (04/07/10)
ATLANTA -- U.S. births fell in 2008, probably because of the recession, updated government figures confirm. The one exception to the trend was the birth rate among women in their 40s, who perhaps felt they didn't have the luxury of waiting for better economic times...
Baghdad apartment blasts kill 50 (04/07/10)
BAGHDAD -- At least seven bombs ripped through apartment buildings across Baghdad on Tuesday and another struck a market, killing at least 50 people and wounding more than 180, authorities said. The explosions were the latest in a five-day spree of attacks in and around the capital that have killed at least 119 people. Several bombs were planted inside empty apartments, the government said...
Report says China-based hackers stole India secrets (04/07/10)
BEIJING -- China-based hackers stole Indian national security information, 1,500 e-mails from the Dalai Lama's office and other sensitive documents, a new report said Tuesday. Researchers at the University of Toronto said they were able to observe the hacking and trace it to core servers in China and to people based in the southwestern city of Chengdu. The researchers said they monitored the hacking for the past eight months...
Notre Dame handles Central (04/07/10)
Tanner Hiett relied on his defense to subdue Central during Tuesday's game. But when he committed an error, he took matters into his own hands. Hiett scattered eight hits over six innings to pitch the Bulldogs past the host Tigers 7-2. "The curveball was definitely working," Hiett said. "That's about all I threw. I was mixing up the speeds definitely on the fastball, but I knew I had my defense, so it makes it easier to throw strikes."...
High school roundup: Scott County Central wins with ninth-inning hit (04/07/10)
All the area high school events reported Tuesday to the Southeast Missourian.
Indians' defense solid in 3-0 win over Pirates (04/07/10)
The Jackson Indians have yet to allow a goal this season, outscoring opponents 20-0. The Indians' defense proved to be solid once again Tuesday night. Jackson (4-0) posted its fourth straight shutout with a 3-0 victory over visiting Perryville. "Our defense is very strong," Jackson co-coach Justin McMullin said. "They did a very good job covering each other tonight. Kylie Seyer and Kelsey Bierman are in the middle back there and they do a good job."...
Redhawks track and field team extends streak of OVC honors (04/07/10)
The Southeast Missouri State men's track and field program has received Ohio Valley Conference male field athlete of the week honors for the third consecutive week. Senior Brandon Colbert picked up the latest award Tuesday after his performance over the weekend at the Joey Haines Invitational hosted by Southeast...
Niemczyk says he'll sign with Southeast (04/07/10)
The Southeast Missouri State men's basketball program received another verbal commitment for the spring signing period, this one from a former area high school standout. Bell City product Nick Niemczyk, a sophomore guard at Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff, Mo., recently accepted Southeast coach Dickey Nutt's scholarship offer...
SIU wields even hotter bats than Redhawks (04/07/10)
Southeast Missouri State's red-hot offense held up its end of the bargain Tuesday. But the Redhawks finally ran into a baseball team that could keep up with them offensively, which led to a rare recent loss. Southern Illinois University-Carbondale outlasted the Redhawks 16-11 in a wild nonconference game at wind-blown Capaha Field that took 3 hours, 20 minutes...
Rams GM: Release of Marc Bulger doesn't tip hand (04/07/10)
ST. LOUIS -- A day after the St. Louis Rams released Marc Bulger, general manager Billy Devaney said it's far from certain that the team will take a quarterback with the first pick of the draft. Smoke screens are typical this time of the year, but Devaney said Tuesday the game plan hasn't changed even though the move leaves them with three inexperienced quarterbacks on the roster. ...
Gardeners gird for annual faceoff with rabbits (04/07/10)
When Barbara Jenkins first moved to her home in New York's Hudson Valley, she fell in love with the wildlife, including the "cute little bunnies" that romped so close. Several years and many nibbled gardens later, the fluffy-tailed hoppers were not quite so cute anymore...
Recipe Swap: Raise a glass of an authentic Amish beverage (04/07/10)
Recently I purchased a couple of Amish cookbooks, volumes one and two of "Amish Friends Cookbook" by Wanda E. Brunstetter. I have enjoyed them a lot, and I especially like the Amish history at the beginning of each chapter. The Amish way of living has always fascinated me, and their cooking techniques and recipes are interesting. ...
Fashion from Scotland: Mad for plaid (04/07/10)
NEW YORK -- Sean Connery celebrated Scotland's eclectic style with a fashion show featuring celebrities, athletes and wounded war veterans in modernized kilts, capes and beanies from that country's top designers. Connery said Monday's Dressed to Kilt, marking its seventh year, "certainly brings together a very interesting mix of people."...
Alice Mouser (04/07/10)
MARQUAND, Mo. -- Alice Kay Mouser, 71, of Marquand died Tuesday, March 6, 2010, at her home. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. today at Follis and Sons Funeral Home in Fredericktown, Mo. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Marquand Methodist Church. Burial will be in Mouser Cemetery at Marquand...
Elmer Palisch (04/07/10)
Elmer Palisch, 94, of Jackson died Tuesday, April 6, 2010, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jackson. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the chruch.
Paul Lappe (04/07/10)
FRIEDHEIM, Mo. -- Paul D. Lappe, 31, of Friedheim died Sunday, April 4, 2010, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Feb. 13, 1979, in Cape Girardeau, son of Dennis G. and Marsha Bollinger Lappe of Friedheim. He and Amanda N. Elam were married July 20, 2002...
Pearline Kruse (04/07/10)
Pearline Kruse, 91, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, April 6, 2010, at Ratliff Care Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday at Hobbs Chapel United Methodist Church in Cape Girardeau. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. at the church...
Robert Hendrix (04/07/10)
Robert B. Hendrix, 77, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, April 6, 2010, at his home. He was president and CEO of Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce from June 1972 through October 1993. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
Shannon Farrar (04/07/10)
MORLEY, Mo. -- Shannon L. Farrar, 45, of Morley died Monday, April 5, 2010, at his home. He was born Sept. 19, 1964, at Morley, son of Winford and Susan Dalrymple Farrar. Shannon worked for Ingram Construction in Morley. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Morley...
Ella Smoot (04/07/10)
VILLA RIDGE, Ill. -- Ella Louise Dover Smoot, 90, of Villa Ridge passed away Tuesday, April 6, 2010, at her home. She was born April 9, 1919, in Grand Chain, Ill., daughter of Dewey Dover Sr. and Flora Ann Murphy Dover. Ella attended Villa Ridge Union Church and later joined Caledonia Community Church in Olmsted, Ill. She enjoyed visiting area churches as well...
Dewavon Adams (04/07/10)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Albert Dewavon Adams, 87, of Sikeston died Tuesday, April 6, 2010, after a brief illness. He was born June 4, 1922, in Portageville, Mo., to the late Albert L. and Annie Edwards Adams of Portageville. He graduated from Wardell High School in 1941. ...
Ronald Bradshaw (04/07/10)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Ronald D. Bradshaw, 53, of Chaffee died Sunday, April 4, 2010, at St. Louis University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He was born April 3, 1957, in Cape Girardeau, to Jerome Dean and Letty Williams Bradshaw. Bradshaw was a construction worker...
Joy Wulfers (04/07/10)
Joy Wulfers, 82, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, April 5, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Jan. 7, 1928, in Kansas City, Mo., to Halbert G. and Betty Jo Williams Swindle. She and John Wulfers were married July 26, 1948, in Cape Girardeau. He preceded her in death Sept. 18, 1987...
Woodrow Leidigh (04/07/10)
MARION, Ill. -- Woodrow Victor Leidigh, 95, died Monday, April 5, 2010, at Parkway Manor in Marion. He was formerly of Cairo, Ill. He was born Dec. 7, 1914, in Grand Chain, Ill., to Walter and Susie Fallenstein Leidigh. He and Anna Louise Newlon were married Nov. 29, 1944. She died Nov. 15, 1998...
Egyptian Elementary School (04/07/10)
High Honor Roll 3rd grade: Brandon Beasley, Daniel Doty, Kyle Jones, Eric Lewis, Nicholas Mitchell, Jordon Reeves, Jordan Shafer, Brooke Sinn, Cassandra Stone, Amaiah Wade. 4th grade: Alaysia Casper, Lonis Eaglebear-Tybo, Lesley Grace, Kourtney Houston, Breeann Johnson, Kayla Kobel, Kelsey McCrite, Page Mix, Tristin Parker, Rileigh Petermichel, Madelynn Smith...
Egyptian High School (04/07/10)
High Honor Roll 9th grade: Bryce Bigham, Kyle Bigham, Jimberlea Bledsoe, Corika Coleman, Kaitlyn Heinrich, Skylar Morgan, Austin Murphy. 10th grade: Cedar Buero, Shyah Buero, Austin Caldwell, Jimmy Ellis, Tyler Holshouser, Steven Salzman. 11th grade: Bejamin Doty, Joseph McHughs, Malia Miller, Peninnah Nelson, John Paulson, Cristal Phillips, Anthony Roberson, Dominique Ross, Lindsey Vaughn, Justin White...
Egyptian Middle School (04/07/10)
High Honor Roll 6th grade: Kimalee Story. 7th grade: Cambria Bigham. 8th grade: Aaron Bigham, Danielle Carthell, Katherine Eatmon, Cameron Grueninger, Hannah McClarney, Elizabeth Rundles, Kayde Wood. Honor Roll 6th grade: Kaylie George, Jonah Huffman, Olivia Khourie, Dristin Rose, Kimber White...
Jackson police/fire report 4/7/10 (04/07/10)
POLICE Miscellaneous FIRE Firefighters responded to the following call Monday:...
Police report 4/7/10 (04/07/10)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI...
Fire report 4/7/10 (04/07/10)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday:...
Out of the past 4/7/10 (04/07/10)
Easter Sunday. Easter sunrise services are held at several area churches, including South Side Baptist Church on Hackberry Street in Cape Girardeau and Hobbs Chapel United Methodist Church on Highway 177. About 100 children participated yesterday in an Easter egg hunt at Capaha Park, sponsored by the Jaycees and the Easter Seal Society...
A mulligan for Tiger (04/07/10)
The golfing sensation can hope only for public forgiveness, knowing full well they will never forget We pause from the ongoing discussion of health care, soaring deficits, higher gas prices and looming tax increases to tackle a more important topic: the return of Tiger Woods to both the golf and national media stage...
Bridge work (04/07/10)
Motorists across Missouri may need to adjust their driving habits in the months to come as this year's construction season kicks off. The Missouri Department of Transportation, looking for ways to save time and money, has contracted for the replacement of 554 bridges over four years. ...
Speak Out 4/7/10 (04/07/10)
THAT'S a wonderful place the city is building for the children for swimming. It's a big, beautiful complex. I'm sure the children are going to enjoy it. But the children who won't enjoy it are the ones on the south side. They won't be able to afford it. They don't have anything nice down there. How come everybody gets it except the south side?...
Prayer 4/7/10 (04/07/10)
For the beauty of all of your creation, we give you thanks and praise, O God. Amen.
Thirty-two Local Runners Running for One More in Nashville (04/07/10)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., April 5, 2010 -- Thirty-two runners are teaming up with local charity Room for One More to run in the Nashville Country Music Marathon & Half Marathon April 24, 2010. Room for One More is a non-profit organization dedicated to help orphaned children find forever families, encourage foster-parenting, and support orphan care worldwide. ...
COCG: Arbor Day Observance (04/07/10)
The Cape Girardeau Tree Board planted a Red Sunset Maple Tree at Kiwanis Park last week. The tree was planted as part of the State of Missouri's Observance of Arbor Day Friday, April 2. The observance of Arbor Day by the City of Cape Girardeau is one of the criteria for recognition as a Tree City USA...
Tickets on sale for Pops Concert (04/07/10)
Tickets are now on sale for the Heartland Pops Band and Chorus Patriotic Concert to be held Sunday, May 23 at 2:15 at Crossroads Fellowship Church in Jackson. The band will be performing selections by John Philip Sousa, Glen Miller, and Elvis Presley. ...
Easter Egg Hunt at Pizzeria Adagio (04/07/10)
The kids take advantage of the gorgeous (yet windy!) weather Saturday to pick up the plethora of eggs scattered in the grass. I heard many comments from parents that the kids loved it because there weren't hordes of kids and that there were plenty of eggs for everyone to collect...
OUR LITTLE EASTER BUNNY (04/07/10)
KENDALL BEING A GLAMOROUS EASTER BUNNY WITH HER HAT, BUNNY EARS, AND LIME GREEN SUNGLASSES!
Granddaughter playing soccer (04/07/10)
This is the first year for my granddaughter to play soccer! She really has fun.
Candy Rain at First Pentecostal Church (04/07/10)
Even the 'itty bittys'gather candy during the Candy Rain at First Pentecostal Church in Cape on Easter Sunday 2010.
Candy Rain at First Pentecostal Church (04/07/10)
Anxiously waiting for the fun to start! Kids watch as the 'powers that be' wait for the go ahead to start the Candy Rain at First Pentecostal Church of Cape, Easter 2010.
Candy Rain at First Pentecostal Church (04/07/10)
Over in a flash but anticipated all year is the Candy Rain at First Pentecostal Church of Cape. After all the excitement of singing with the 'Bible Discovery Kids Choir', Resurrection Celebrations in all their classes and an egg hunt too, for the Sunday School children in their elegant finery, the Candy Rain is the 'cherry on top' of a wonderful Easter Sunday! Actually all of us 'big kids' are filled with joy watching them dive for candy! Hallelujah He is risen! What a beautiful day we were given to celebrate it.. ...
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