The Preston Easter Egg Has Been Found!

Congratulations to Lindsee Doud! She found the egg in Preston on Tuesday April 16th. For finding the egg Lindsee has won $500.

Thank you everyone who played along and hunted for the Easter Egg.

We would like to thank all of our sponsors of this years KACH Preston Easter Egg Hunt.

RON KELLER TIRE
MIKE HANSEN CORNERSTONE REAL ESTATE
WEST MOTOR FORD

Without them the Easter Egg Hunt would not be possible.

Congratulations to Lindsee Doud! Lindsee found the egg Tuesday afternoon. It was taped up under the lowest seat, at the extreme east end of the guest bleachers at the high school football field.

Look Down – the egg was lower than eye level
Hand rail – the back of the school, facing the football field
Pipes – Sprinkler pipes are stacked at the east and west end of the football field
7am – on the fence at the east end of the field ‘reserved parking from 7am to 4:30pm’
Look up – Once you get below eye level you have to look up underneath something to see the egg
16 sentinels – 16 trees along the north side of the field behind the visitors bleachers
14 doors – on the back side of the school
DN – graffiti tagged on the back of the west end of the visitors bleachers

The Evanston Easter Egg Has Been Found!

Congratulations to Angie Ellingford! She found the egg in Evanston on Friday April 12th. For finding the egg Angie has won $500.

We want to thank all of our Evanston sponsors of this years egg hunt:

CHAD’S AUTOMOTIVE
HOOVER CHIROPRACTIC
JODY’S DINER
BEST WESTERN DUNMAR INN
LEGAL TENDER RESTAURANT
KALLAS AUTOMOTIVE
WESTAR PRINTING/ROCKY MOUNTAIN SIGN
TRONA VALLEY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
FREEWAY TIRE
EVANSTON RECREATION CENTER
MCKAY FRANCOM, DDS
ROMANTIX
EVE’S GARDEN
ELLINGFORD BROTHERS
HOME DÉCOR
FLOORS AND MORE

A huge thank you to everyone who participated, and to the sponsors that make the Easter Egg Hunts possible. Once again, Congratulations to this year’s winners, Angie Ellingford and Lindsee Doud!

Congratulations to Angie Ellingford! She told me that she and her friends were able to deduce that the number 162503 was a number assigned to a power pole and that, that particular power pole was on County Road in Evanston. When they found the pole they noticed a fence across the street from it and there were three very small sage brush bushes on the fence line. They tried to stop and search but a truck was coming up behind them so they jumped back in their vehicle (so much for safety first) and pulled into the next driveway they came to so they could turn around. As they backed out they saw a ‘no littering’ sign and in one line in the message of the sign it said “what we”. They knew they were on it. They parked in the Real Clean parking lot and walked back up the fence line until they found the egg under some old leaves. Thank you to all of the sponsors, keep showing them your support, and to all who participated! Happy Easter Everyone!!!!