Yes, during the Easter Breakfast, kids of all ages will be dying Easter eggs, among other activities. Right before the end of service, the teenagers will hide them and plastic, candy-filled eggs in the yard, for the annual, post-worship Easter Egg hunt (frantic scramble, sometimes even melee!) during the Fellowship Hour.
Could you help us out? Along with any contributions you might be bringing for the Cupboard (it is Easter afterall!), could you prepare and bring a dozen hard-boiled eggs? They need to be in the social hall (where breakfast will be served) before 10 am– so the kids can get to work coloring them.