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Couple Hosts 30th Annual Egg Hunt for Community

DELAWARE TOWNSHIP — Dozens of kids came out to an Easter egg hunt in Northumberland County.

Lawrence and Ruby Reese held their 30th annual Easter egg hunt at their home near Watsontown on Saturday.

The couple says they started the hunt to do something fun for kids and welcome everyone to attend.

The Easter candy is usually donated by people of the community.

Ruby Reese tells us at other egg hunts, younger kids always got overrun by bigger kids and not get as much candy.

The couple tells us every year at their event there are different trails for each age group.

Easter Bunny Makes a Stop in Sunbury

SUNBURY — The Easter bunny stopped by the Good Will Hose Company in Northumberland County.

Children were able to visit and take pictures with the bunny from 11 am – 1 pm.

Each kid took home a goodie bag and also had the chance to win additional prizes.

Making Pysanky Eggs

Watch as Carol Rick of Purely Pysanky in Hawley keeps alive the intricate tradition of Ukranian Pysanky eggs.

Springtime/Easter Planter

Creative garden designer Keith Phelps makes a lovely Easter planter, perfect for any springtime occasion.

Get Ready for Pool Season

Sunny skies and hot weather are just around the corner, we visit Doctor Feelgoode’s Pools and Spas to see how you can turn your backyard into an oasis with the perfect pool and maintenance.

Authentic Italian Easter Dinner

Treat yourself to an authentic Italian Easter dinner at A Little Pizza Heaven in Scranton.  Chef Darryl prepares Pastid and Manicotti.

Pastid (Macaroni Pie)
1. ..cook one pound linguine al dente,  drain reserving 1 cup pasta water.
2…add 1 tablespoon of Shortening to pasta to melt
3…beat 1 dozen eggs well, add 1 1/2 heaping cups of Pecorino and 1 tsp coarse black pepper.
4…mix eggs, cheese and pasta water with pasta.
5….pour mixture into well-greased 9×13 pan
6…bake one hour uncovered at 350 degrees


“Cross Walk” Marks Good Friday

In Snyder County, members of one church observed good Friday by taking part in a 30 mile cross walk.

These men were hard to miss as they carried a large wooden cross on their backs along Route 522 near Kreamer. They are from Christ Church of Beaver Springs, and participated in a 30 mile cross walk from Northumberland to Beaver Springs. The walk re-enacts the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

“Give them a physical reminder of the fact that he was a real person. I mean, he walked a real wooden cross, and he was put on a cross with real nails, it was real blood and he offers real forgiveness,” Mike Sellers said.

This is the second time members of Christ Church of Beaver Springs are doing a cross walk on Good Friday. Around 30 men took turns carrying the cross for up to one mile at a time.