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Posted on Apr 17, 2014 |

Easter Egg Hunt at Cincinnati’s Seminary

Easter Egg Hunt at Cincinnati’s Seminary

Almost 140 children roamed the grounds of Mount St. Mary's Seminary of the West (Mt. Washington, OH) Sunday in a first-ever Easter egg hunt sponsored by young benefactors.

Almost 140 children roamed the grounds of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West (Mt. Washington, OH) Sunday in a first-ever Easter egg hunt sponsored by young benefactors.

First-time hunt for Bishop Fenwick Society families

The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West’s grounds were host to a first ever Easter Egg Hunt last Sunday, as almost 140 children scrambled to find more than 1000 plastic eggs.

 

Enjoying the petting zoo.

Isabella Buckley holds a baby chick at the petting zoo.

Sponsored by the Generations Circle of the Bishop Fenwick Society, a group of young seminary benefactors, the event included crafts and games, as well as a petting zoo.

 

The Bishop Fenwick Society supports seminary education in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati by annual contributions of $1000 or more. Donors up to age 50 can join the Bishop Fenwick Society’s Generations Circle with contributions of $250 (with a sponsor who his a BFS member) or $500.

 

For information about how to contribute to The Athenaeum of Ohio as a member of the Generations Circle, the Bishop Fenwick Society, or in other campaigns, click here.

 

Photos courtesy Trey Rouse.

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Marissa Rouse (right) and her cousin enjoy the baby animals at the event's petting zoo.

Cousins Julia Raines (left) and Marissa Rouse enjoy the baby animals at the event’s petting zoo.