Radars set to sweet tooth

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Trinity United Methodist Church got a jump start on the egg-hunting season with its own hunt for Sequim children on March 27.

Volunteers stuffed eggs with candy and hid them before children were unleashed to fill their baskets.

The Rev. Bill Gordon led an Easter story for children, and volunteers had plenty of arts, crafts, games and sweets on hand.

Trinity United Methodist Church is at 100 Blake Ave., in Sequim, and can be reached at 683-5367.

Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

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