Waverly Community House holds breakfast with the Easter bunny, egg hunt


By Elizabeth Baumeister - ebaumeister@timesleader.com



Are the pancakes sweeter on the other side of the table? Two-year-old Charles Sweeney, of Clarks Green, reaches over with his fork to try a bite from his four-year-old brother Daniel Sweeney’s plate at the breakfast with the Easter bunny on Friday, March 19 at Waverly Community House.


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Molly Fogley, 5, of Clarks Green, looks to an approving adult after winning a game of ‘roll a bunny’ at the March 19 Easter event at the Waverly Comm.


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Michael Vazquez, 4, of Waverly, high-fives the Easter bunny as the special guest makes its way to the stage in the Comm gymnasium.


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Ava Pasqualichio, 5, of Clarks Summit, places a treat in her basket during the Waverly Comm’s Easter egg hunt March 19.


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Emmalene Spiegel, 16 months old, of West Pittston, hunts for Easter Eggs in the Waverly Community House.


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WAVERLY TWP. — Things were hopping at the Waverly Community House (Comm) on Saturday, March 19, as the gymnasium filled with guests for the organization’s annual breakfast with the bunny and Easter egg hunt. After families enjoyed a meal of pancakes and sausages, special guest Peter Cottontail arrived to greet the children and pose for photos. After meeting the Easter bunny, the children were able to participate in small games and crafts and hunt for colorful treat-filled plastic eggs to put in their baskets.

Are the pancakes sweeter on the other side of the table? Two-year-old Charles Sweeney, of Clarks Green, reaches over with his fork to try a bite from his four-year-old brother Daniel Sweeney’s plate at the breakfast with the Easter bunny on Friday, March 19 at Waverly Community House.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-Comm-Easter-1.jpgAre the pancakes sweeter on the other side of the table? Two-year-old Charles Sweeney, of Clarks Green, reaches over with his fork to try a bite from his four-year-old brother Daniel Sweeney’s plate at the breakfast with the Easter bunny on Friday, March 19 at Waverly Community House. Elizabeth Baumeister photos | Abington Journal

Molly Fogley, 5, of Clarks Green, looks to an approving adult after winning a game of ‘roll a bunny’ at the March 19 Easter event at the Waverly Comm.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-Comm-Easter-2.jpgMolly Fogley, 5, of Clarks Green, looks to an approving adult after winning a game of ‘roll a bunny’ at the March 19 Easter event at the Waverly Comm. Elizabeth Baumeister photos | Abington Journal

Michael Vazquez, 4, of Waverly, high-fives the Easter bunny as the special guest makes its way to the stage in the Comm gymnasium.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-Comm-Easter-3.jpgMichael Vazquez, 4, of Waverly, high-fives the Easter bunny as the special guest makes its way to the stage in the Comm gymnasium. Elizabeth Baumeister photos | Abington Journal

Ava Pasqualichio, 5, of Clarks Summit, places a treat in her basket during the Waverly Comm’s Easter egg hunt March 19.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-Comm-Easter-4.jpgAva Pasqualichio, 5, of Clarks Summit, places a treat in her basket during the Waverly Comm’s Easter egg hunt March 19. Elizabeth Baumeister photos | Abington Journal

Emmalene Spiegel, 16 months old, of West Pittston, hunts for Easter Eggs in the Waverly Community House.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_ABJ-Comm-Easter-5.jpgEmmalene Spiegel, 16 months old, of West Pittston, hunts for Easter Eggs in the Waverly Community House. Elizabeth Baumeister photos | Abington Journal

By Elizabeth Baumeister

ebaumeister@timesleader.com

Reach Elizabeth Baumeister at 570-704-3943 or on Twitter @AbingtonJournal.

Reach Elizabeth Baumeister at 570-704-3943 or on Twitter @AbingtonJournal.

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