Never too old to hunt for Easter eggs

Posted April 16, 2014, at 2:03 p.m.
A resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home holds a handful of plastic Easter eggs during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday.
A resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home holds a handful of plastic Easter eggs during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday. Buy Photo
Susan McDonald (left), assistant to Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home executive director Corenna O'Brien (right), drops the ribbon for residents including Janet Barker (center) for the start of the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday.
Susan McDonald (left), assistant to Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home executive director Corenna O'Brien (right), drops the ribbon for residents including Janet Barker (center) for the start of the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday. Buy Photo
Bud Flosom, a resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, searches a flower arrangement looking for plastic Easter eggs during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday. 160 eggs were hidden around the three-story building, 120 containing prize numbers to be redeemed next Monday.
Bud Flosom, a resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, searches a flower arrangement looking for plastic Easter eggs during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday. 160 eggs were hidden around the three-story building, 120 containing prize numbers to be redeemed next Monday. Buy Photo
Jackie Tardiff, a resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, grabs a plastic Easter egg from the back of a chair during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday.
Jackie Tardiff, a resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, grabs a plastic Easter egg from the back of a chair during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday. Buy Photo
Mary Wardwell (left) and Dottie Russell, both residents at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, react to finding plastic Easter eggs on the second floor during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday.
Mary Wardwell (left) and Dottie Russell, both residents at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, react to finding plastic Easter eggs on the second floor during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday. Buy Photo
Lorraine Evans, a resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, grabs a plastic Easter egg from behind a chair cushion during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday.
Lorraine Evans, a resident at the Ellen M. Leach Memorial Home, grabs a plastic Easter egg from behind a chair cushion during the second annual Easter Egg Hunt at the retirement home in Brewer on Tuesday. Buy Photo
Bud Folsom holds up three fingers, one for each of the plastic Easter eggs he has found, when asked by Lorraine MacManus how many he has.
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Bud Folsom holds up three fingers, one for each of the plastic Easter eggs he has found, when asked by Lorraine MacManus how many he has. Buy Photo

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