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TACO Easter Egg Hunt a huge success

Some 400 young children and toddlers searched throughout specific areas in Reservoir Park for specially marked eggs Saturday afternoon as TACO hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt.
The weather was ideal as the children filled their baskets or bags with assortments of candy treats hidden throughout the park by the Easter Bunny with the help of TACO members. Prizes were awarded to those lucky children who found those specially marked eggs.
Following the Egg Hunt, the Easter Bunny headed to the playground area and passed out more candy to the children who were anxious to visit.
David Kaup and members of TACO expressed a “big thank you” to the many children and parents who participated in this year’s very successful event.
The winners include, first row: Skylar Rudasil, Rhyleigh Decoste, Alex Lewis, Halee Cassidy and Corbin Lego. Back row: Alexandria Bressler, Maggie Miller, holding Isabella Decoste, Faith Stiver, Alyssa Benton, Jenifer Cowher and Ashley Miller, holding her daughter Mercedes, who was a first place winner in the up to two years age group.
Winners in the 0 – 2 age group included: Mercedes Miller, first place and Isabella Decoste, third. Ages 3 – 4 winners were: Corbin Lego, second and Halee Cassidy, third. Ages 5 to 7 were: Alex Lewis, first, Rhyleigh Decoste, second and Corey Hoff, third. Ages 8 to 9 included: Alexandria Bressler, first; Jenifer Cowher, second and Skylar Rudasill, third. Ages 10 through 12 winners were: Maggie Miller, first; Faith Stiver, second and Alyssa Benton, third.
Also shown is Kylin Hoover, spending a few moments with the Easter Bunny.
In upcoming events, the Tyrone Area Community Organization has scheduled its annual Fish Rodeo at Reservoir Park for Saturday, April 28 from 8 a.m. to noon. Children up to 15-years-old may participate. Trophies will be awarded for the largest fish of the day and the first fish of the day. Also, trophies will be awarded to boys and girls in each age group for the largest fish caught and the total inches caught.
The age groups are: one to four, five to eight, nine to 12 and 13 to 15-years-old.