Wet grass and mud doesn’t stop the fun


Fort Loramie firefighter Dave Holdheide, left to right, of Fort Loramie, hands a bag of candy to Kyla Graves, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Colby and Sarah Graves, while her grandma Teresa Hemmelgarn, of Fort Loramie accompanies her. The Fort Loramie fire department cancelled its annual easter egg hunt due to wet grass and mud instead they handed out the easter eggs and prizes by hand to kids who walked up to them or through car windows.

Fort Loramie firefighter Dave Holdheide, left to right, of Fort Loramie, hands a bag of candy to Kyla Graves, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Colby and Sarah Graves, while her grandma Teresa Hemmelgarn, of Fort Loramie accompanies her. The Fort Loramie fire department cancelled its annual easter egg hunt due to wet grass and mud instead they handed out the easter eggs and prizes by hand to kids who walked up to them or through car windows.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Fort Loramie firefighter Dave Holdheide, left to right, of Fort Loramie, hands a bag of candy to Kyla Graves, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Colby and Sarah Graves, while her grandma Teresa Hemmelgarn, of Fort Loramie accompanies her. The Fort Loramie fire department cancelled its annual easter egg hunt due to wet grass and mud instead they handed out the easter eggs and prizes by hand to kids who walked up to them or through car windows.

Fort Loramie firefighter Dave Holdheide, left to right, of Fort Loramie, hands a bag of candy to Kyla Graves, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Colby and Sarah Graves, while her grandma Teresa Hemmelgarn, of Fort Loramie accompanies her. The Fort Loramie fire department cancelled its annual easter egg hunt due to wet grass and mud instead they handed out the easter eggs and prizes by hand to kids who walked up to them or through car windows.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/04/web1_SDN041619EggHuntlor.jpgFort Loramie firefighter Dave Holdheide, left to right, of Fort Loramie, hands a bag of candy to Kyla Graves, 3, of Sidney, daughter of Colby and Sarah Graves, while her grandma Teresa Hemmelgarn, of Fort Loramie accompanies her. The Fort Loramie fire department cancelled its annual easter egg hunt due to wet grass and mud instead they handed out the easter eggs and prizes by hand to kids who walked up to them or through car windows. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News