From left, Sharon Logan, Vickie Sutton, Aleah Logan, 8, and Jennifer Logan debated whether the eggs were Tennessee or Texas orange as they grabbed more to fill. Volunteers at Highpoint Church, a small church of about 100 members located on Bryan Avenue in Lexington, Ky., gathered to stuff approximately 5000 eggs on April 18, 2011. The eggs will be used for a community Easter Egg hunt held at Jacobson Park on Saturday, April 23, 2011. Photos by Angela Baldridge
From left, Sharon Logan, Vickie Sutton, Aleah Logan, 8, and Jennifer Logan debated whether the eggs were Tennessee or Texas orange as they grabbed more to fill. Volunteers at Highpoint Church, a small church of about 100 members located on Bryan Avenue in Lexington, Ky., gathered to stuff approximately 5000 eggs on April 18, 2011. The eggs will be used for a community Easter Egg hunt held at Jacobson Park on Saturday, April 23, 2011. Photos by Angela Baldridge Angela Baldridge
From left, Sharon Logan, Vickie Sutton, Aleah Logan, 8, and Jennifer Logan debated whether the eggs were Tennessee or Texas orange as they grabbed more to fill. Volunteers at Highpoint Church, a small church of about 100 members located on Bryan Avenue in Lexington, Ky., gathered to stuff approximately 5000 eggs on April 18, 2011. The eggs will be used for a community Easter Egg hunt held at Jacobson Park on Saturday, April 23, 2011. Photos by Angela Baldridge Angela Baldridge

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