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Easter

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  • On a roll Easter Sunday at Sawgrass Mills

    On a roll Easter Sunday at Sawgrass Mills
    Once again, Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise will be open on Easter Sunday. Now, before you get all hot under the collar (like when Black Friday crept into Thanksgiving), remember that no one is forcing you to go shopping. So go to church. Enjoy your...
  • Pennsylvania Germans introduced Easter bunny, or 'Oschter Haws'

    The Easter bunny and decorated eggs — familiar images associated with Easter — had their beginnings in the Pennsylvania German community. The Easter rabbit, or "Oschter Haws," was introduced in the 18th century by local immigrants from the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Tolland Congregational Church Offering Easter Sunrise Service Again

    The United Congregational Church of Tolland is pleased to bring back the Easter tradition of a Sunrise Service for the second year in a row! "This will be a highlight of the Holy Week services at our church and we are delighted to be bringing it back as...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Easter Week Prayer Vigil In Enfield

    Walkers Needed to Take "Baby Steps" "BABY STEPS", the annual Family Walk For Life, will take place Saturday, April 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., beginning at Raffia Plaza, in Enfield. The walk is approximately two miles. Sponsored by First Way Life...
  • One marriage — two religions

    When I think of what being Jewish means to me, one word always comes to mind: family. There is the family I was born into and the one I now share with my wife. Twenty years ago when I married Sue, a Christian, we both agreed to honor our individual...
  • 'Afikomen' search takes new twist

    A Plantation rabbi has come up with an unusual way to look for the afikomen, the hidden piece of matzah that children search for at the end of the Passover seder. Rabbi Andrew Jacobs, of Ramat Shalom Synagogue, is applying the sport of geocaching to...
  • Guardian ad litem program seeks advocates

    Volunteers are needed for the guardian ad litem program, which is responsible for recruiting and training court-appointed advocates in the foster-care system. The advocates serve as volunteers to speak for the best interests of abused, abandoned and...
  • Blue ribbons for Grace [Commentary]

    Blue ribbons for Grace [Commentary]
    Grace McComas would have graduated this year from Glenelg High School, but she took her own life two years ago after months of brutal cyber bullying. Her friends want to remember her by wearing a small blue ribbon pinned to their gowns, but they have...
  • Religion brief

    Day trip Our Lady of the Chesapeake Church sponsors a bus trip to Pennsylvania for the Sight and Sound Theatre's production of "Moses" on Friday, May 30. Buses will leave the church at 8325 Ventnor Road in Pasadena at 9:30 a.m. and return at 7:30 p.m....
  • Columbia Digest

    Art exhibit Artists' Gallery's members will present a show that expresses their feelings about spring March 31 through May 2 at the American City Building, 10227 Wincopin Circle in Columbia. A reception will be held from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. Friday, April 4....
  • Family Time: Dave Fry to perform songs from new kids CD

    Bethlehem musician Dave Fry will be singing old favorites as well as songs from his new CD "Playground" at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at ArtsQuest Center. Kids can grab an instrument from Fry's big duffle bag and play along with the popular children's performer...