Brittney Lohmiller | The Natchez Democrat — Four-year-old Gage Stowers opens Easter eggs he found during Natchez Downtown Development Association’s second annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park Saturday afternoon. More than 1,000 eggs were hidden for children ages of 2-9 to find.
Brittney Lohmiller | The Natchez Democrat — Four-year-old Gage Stowers opens Easter eggs he found during Natchez Downtown Development Association’s second annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park Saturday afternoon. More than 1,000 eggs were hidden for children ages of 2-9 to find.

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Published 12:02am Sunday, April 13, 2014
Brittney Lohmiller | The Natchez Democrat — Two-year-old Thomas Adams looks for Easter eggs during the Natchez Downtown Development Association’s second annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park Saturday afternoon. More than 1,000 eggs were hidden for children ages of 2-9 to find.
Brittney Lohmiller | The Natchez Democrat — Two-year-old Thomas Adams looks for Easter eggs during the Natchez Downtown Development Association’s second annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park Saturday afternoon. More than 1,000 eggs were hidden for children ages of 2-9 to find.