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Tuesday, May 21, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Egg-centric beauties: Coloring contest winners

It’s no yolk; the Inland Northwest has some creative kids.

There were more than 150 egg-cellent entries. The judges hunted through them and found nine favorites.

In the 0-4 age group, judges enjoyed all the different materials Sierra Preuss, of Mead, used to decorate her egg, including googly eyes, a ribbon bow tie, sparkles and fake grass.

Spokane Valley’s Drew Hein used watercolors and crayons to achieve the look of a dyed egg. And Spokane’s Parker Grimm used bold colors and lots of stickers on his egg. All three winners are 4.

In the 5-8 age group, 6-year-old Madison Joy Richardson knew how to catch the judges’ eyes: The rabbit in her drawing says, “Hi Newspaper!” Madison Joy lives in Spokane.

Spokane Lynnae Kunkel, 5, has a sweet chick peeking out of her egg. Spokane Valley’s Olivia Dimeler, 7, wowed with her bright zigzag design.

In the 9-12 age group, two entries went with very Spokane themes.

Henry Jackson, 9, gave a salute to Don Kardong and Bloomsday with his egg, while 11-year-old Rowan Bowers celebrated Riverfront Park. And Colbert’s Jayla Majestic, 9, created a bold, graphic design for her egg.

The winners will each receive a gift certificate to Mobius. To check out the rest of the eggs, visit Mobius Children’s Museum at River Park Square, 808 W. Main Ave.

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