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Faith Bemiss | DemocratMilena Stevens, 9, helps her parents Cartha and Paul Stevens, in background, toss about 4,000 colored eggs onto the grass on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning in preparation for the Child Safe of Central Missouri's 10th annual Adult Egg Hunt at the Mathewson Exhibition Center later that evening. The family volunteered with Tim Vuagniaux, a local psychologist and consultant with Child Safe, to toss the eggs out for the fundraising event. Later, Vuagniaux would toss out 10 golden eggs worth substantial prizes and one egg with a chance to win a 2014 Dodge Charger.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratMilena Stevens, 9, helps her parents Cartha and Paul Stevens, in background, toss about 4,000 colored eggs onto the grass on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning in preparation for the Child Safe of Central Missouri's 10th annual Adult Egg Hunt at the Mathewson Exhibition Center later that evening. The family volunteered with Tim Vuagniaux, a local psychologist and consultant with Child Safe, to toss the eggs out for the fundraising event. Later, Vuagniaux would toss out 10 golden eggs worth substantial prizes and one egg with a chance to win a 2014 Dodge Charger.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Milena Stevens, 9, helps her parents Cartha and Paul Stevens, in background, toss about 4,000 colored eggs onto the grass on the Missouri State Fairgrounds Saturday morning in preparation for the Child Safe of Central Missouri’s 10th annual Adult Egg Hunt at the Mathewson Exhibition Center later that evening. The family volunteered with Tim Vuagniaux, a local psychologist and consultant with Child Safe, to toss the eggs out for the fundraising event. Later, Vuagniaux would toss out 10 golden eggs worth substantial prizes and one egg with a chance to win a 2014 Dodge Charger.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Attending the Saturday evening event were Teresa Rigby, right, and her daughter Bailie Rigby, both of Sedalia, who were playing a game called “Pick an Egg,” with Child Safe volunteer Betty Carver Brewer for a chance to win $100 cash. Judi White, office manager for Child Safe, said last year the event grossed $40,000; the proceeds go toward assisting children and their families who are alleged victims of physical or sexual abuse.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Bob and Karen Edwards were honored by Pettis County Sheriff Kevin Bond for their work with Child Safe. Karen was one of the founding board members and Bob developed the original idea for the Adult Egg Hunt 10 years ago.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Deanna Clark, a Child Safe board member, explains to participants how the “Spinning Wheel” game works, where they received the chance to win an iPad mini worth $299.


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Child Safe Board President Rob Cashman stands in front of the 2014 Dodge Charger that someone would have a chance to win during the Adult Egg Hunt Saturday night. Cashman said the car was donated by Kyle Herrick of Bryant Motors in Sedalia.


 
 
 
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