California Care Center Holds Easter Egg Hunt

A group of children with the many eggs they found at the Second Annual California Care Center Easter Egg Hunt held Saturday, April 7.

A group of children with the many eggs they found at the Second Annual California Care Center Easter Egg Hunt held Saturday, April 7. Photo by John Inman.

California Care Center Activities Director Angela Dumsday has worked at the care facility for over 10 years. She started at the facility as a dietary aide and has worked as a certified medical technician (CMT) before taking her current position Aug. 1, 2010. One of the biggest events she has organized was the Second Annual Easter Egg Hunt held at the care center Saturday, April 7.

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California Care Center Activities Director Angela Dumsday speaks to children before the hunt.

"Some of the residents and staff thought it would be nice to have the children for an egg hunt," Dumsday said. "Because the residents love having the children here. We decided to go ahead and do it and we had a good turnout. This year we increased it because of the turnout and got the word out more. We also gave away two baskets and just wanted to give back to the community. I think both the children and residents really enjoyed it and had a good time."

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Kendra Dunham, left, with the Easter basket she won with California Care Center Restorative Aide Laydeli Rosabales, center, and resident Nita Reynolds. Joanna Lemus, Easter basket, and resident Marion Tilton, bag of jelly beans, also won prizes.

For more of this story check out the April 11 issue of the California Democrat.

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