A different kind of egg hunt


Riley Geise, 3, of Fort Loramie, finds a numbered Easter egg in the window of a shop in downtown Sidney on Wednesday, March 31. Riley was searching for the numbered eggs in the windows of downtown businesses with her brother, Connor Geise, 5, and their mother, Megan Geise. The eggs were part of the Downtown Sidney Easter Egg Hunt put on by Sidney Alive. Participants write down on a list the name of the store they found the numbered egg at. When all the eggs are found they turn the list into Sidney Alive to be part of a drawing to win a prize basket. Riley and Connor are also the children of Jason Geise.

Riley Geise, 3, of Fort Loramie, finds a numbered Easter egg in the window of a shop in downtown Sidney on Wednesday, March 31. Riley was searching for the numbered eggs in the windows of downtown businesses with her brother, Connor Geise, 5, and their mother, Megan Geise. The eggs were part of the Downtown Sidney Easter Egg Hunt put on by Sidney Alive. Participants write down on a list the name of the store they found the numbered egg at. When all the eggs are found they turn the list into Sidney Alive to be part of a drawing to win a prize basket. Riley and Connor are also the children of Jason Geise.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Riley Geise, 3, of Fort Loramie, finds a numbered Easter egg in the window of a shop in downtown Sidney on Wednesday, March 31. Riley was searching for the numbered eggs in the windows of downtown businesses with her brother, Connor Geise, 5, and their mother, Megan Geise. The eggs were part of the Downtown Sidney Easter Egg Hunt put on by Sidney Alive. Participants write down, on a list, the name of the store they found the numbered egg at. When all the eggs are found they turn the list into Sidney Alive to be part of a drawing to win a prize basket. Riley and Connor are also the children of Jason Geise.

Riley Geise, 3, of Fort Loramie, finds a numbered Easter egg in the window of a shop in downtown Sidney on Wednesday, March 31. Riley was searching for the numbered eggs in the windows of downtown businesses with her brother, Connor Geise, 5, and their mother, Megan Geise. The eggs were part of the Downtown Sidney Easter Egg Hunt put on by Sidney Alive. Participants write down on a list the name of the store they found the numbered egg at. When all the eggs are found they turn the list into Sidney Alive to be part of a drawing to win a prize basket. Riley and Connor are also the children of Jason Geise.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/04/web1_SDN040221PaperEgg.jpgRiley Geise, 3, of Fort Loramie, finds a numbered Easter egg in the window of a shop in downtown Sidney on Wednesday, March 31. Riley was searching for the numbered eggs in the windows of downtown businesses with her brother, Connor Geise, 5, and their mother, Megan Geise. The eggs were part of the Downtown Sidney Easter Egg Hunt put on by Sidney Alive. Participants write down on a list the name of the store they found the numbered egg at. When all the eggs are found they turn the list into Sidney Alive to be part of a drawing to win a prize basket. Riley and Connor are also the children of Jason Geise. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News