Zoe Bradley, 4, collects an egg from the Kiwanis Waster Egg Hunt in West Liberty Saturday, just five weeks after a tornado destroyed most of downtown. The hunt, along with a pancake breakfast earlier in the day, kicks off the season of community events in the Morgan County town. Photo by John Flavell
Zoe Bradley, 4, collects an egg from the Kiwanis Waster Egg Hunt in West Liberty Saturday, just five weeks after a tornado destroyed most of downtown. The hunt, along with a pancake breakfast earlier in the day, kicks off the season of community events in the Morgan County town. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader
Zoe Bradley, 4, collects an egg from the Kiwanis Waster Egg Hunt in West Liberty Saturday, just five weeks after a tornado destroyed most of downtown. The hunt, along with a pancake breakfast earlier in the day, kicks off the season of community events in the Morgan County town. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader

Easter egg hunt a sign of hope in tornado-damaged West Liberty

April 07, 2012 05:29 PM

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