2005 Easter Egg Hunt & Kids Fashion Show March 26, 2005

Saturday, March 26th, 2005 - Come enjoy our Egg Hunt and Kids Fashion Show at the Children’s Museum.

Chair Margaret Splain reports the Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Oneida Nation, will once again follow this schedule: 10:30-10:45am for children ages 1-3; 10:45-11:00am for ages 4-6; 11:00–11:15am for ages 7-9. Children stay on the 1st floor while the other age groups hunt on the 2nd floor. When each group comes down, the next age group goes up! Our Easter Bunny will be kept might busy and will even pose for pictures with the kids!

Chair Dan Trevisani announces that from 12pm-1pm, Joanne Donaruma will commentate our Kids Fashion Show. Joanne coordinates the show with several area stores, including Limited Too, Children's Place, Kids 'R Us, J.C. Penny, Sears, Bev's. Kids ages 4-12 years of age will model beautifully down our famous oak staircase! View '04 pictures below.

4-10-04 Kids & parents lined up for the CM egg hunt

4-10-04 The museum Easter Bunny greeted the kids

Hey, look what I found

Gathering one more egg for his basket

Ooh, there was one in here!

And one under here!

The last group heads up our oak staircase for our Annual Easter Egg hunt

And the Easter Bunny gets a hug of thanks!

Following the Egg Hunt, Chair Dan Trevisani introduces our 1st Annual Kids Fashion Show

...coordinated and commentated by Joanne Donaruma, of Joanne's Fashions & Modeling School

Models introduce the stores who participated

Models share the various meanings of Easter

The show is ready to begin!

And our first set of models appear and start modeling their clothes down our beautiful oak staircase

Terrific models doing a great job

Our youngest model begins her descent

And blows an adorable kiss to the audience

The young man looked real neat!

The group poses at the bottom of the stairs

A family group proudly models, beautifully commentated by Miss Joanne

The next group completes their modeling

A cool young man looks pretty spiffy

Joanne's daughter added a special touch

The last group gathers at the bottom of the stairs

Our heartfelt thanks to Event Co-Chairs Dan Trevisani & John Stephenson, to Coordinator / Commentator Joanne Donaruma, all the area stores: Limited Too, Children's Place, Kids 'R Us, J.C. Penny, Sears, Bev's - to the terrific kids who so beautifully modeled beatifully down our oak staircase and to all the parents and grandparents who supported the event!

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