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Students Color Easter Eggs

DCHS Journalism

Clayton Carter

April 19, 2019

Photos by Maddie Johnson and Mrs. Breth

Coloring Easter eggs is a favorite pastime for many kids. Oberlin students in grades 7-12 had the opportunity to enjoy the experience all over again last Wednesday, April 17.

For the April advisory group activity, students colored Easter eggs. For many students, this was the first time they had colored eggs since they were in grade school. For others, this was the first time they had ever colored eggs.

Senior David Waterman, who hadn’t colored Easter eggs since grade school, said, "I thought it was a great activity to build camaraderie and team-building spirit."


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Eighth grader Josh Juenemann said, “It was fun and a new experience for many people.”

Some groups colored their eggs the traditional way with food coloring or dye tablets, water, and vinegar. Other groups put their eggs in a pan of colored shaving cream or whipped cream.

"I think it was a lot of fun," said senior Kaylen Ashley. "It brought about a sense of kinship for our school."

School counselor Brenda Breth asked the community to donate hard-boiled eggs and egg-dyeing kits.
“I was overwhelmed with the support,” said Mrs. Breth.  “We got over 40 dozen eggs, enough for each group to dye at least two dozen eggs. ”

At lunch on Thursday, students and teachers voted on the best eggs.  Kennedy Jensen had the most votes for “Best Egg” followed by Lily Hendrickson and Gracie Vontz. 

“It was a lot of fun,” said Kara Haselhorst. “My group had a blast.”

 


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“It was fun for the school to do as a group,” said freshman Zander Kempt.

 

 

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