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Wesley United Methodist holds breakfast, egg hunt


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LOCAL CHILDREN pose for a photo after the fifth annual egg hunt at the Wesley United Methodist Church in Ironwood Sunday morning.

IRONWOOD – The Wesley United Methodist Church held an Easter breakfast, egg hunt and sermon Sunday morning.

Attendees dined on breakfast, starting at 9:30 a.m., while the kids prepared for the fifth annual egg hunt, starting at 10 a.m.

Afterwards, a worship service was held at 11 a.m.

Thirty to 40 people attend the breakfast each year, with five to 15 kids hunting for eggs, former pastor Jean Rocontre said.

According to Recontre, the number of people vary each year, but people "really enjoy it."

"It's a traditional thing to interest the children," Recontre said. "We really enjoy it."

For more information on the Easter event, call Wesley United Methodist Church at 906-932-3900, or visit


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