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Easter Q&A: Easter through the eyes of Annalise Bigler
Annalise Bigler,11, shares her favorite part about celebrating Easter and what it means to her.

Q:  What’s your name and how old are you?
A: Annalise Bigler, and I am 11 years old.
Q: What are your hobbies?
A: I like to read, dance, sing, play with my puppy and spend time on Instagram with my friends.
Q:  How long have you lived in Richmond Hill?
A: Four years.
Q: What church do you attend?  
A: New Life Church
Q: What is the first thing that comes to your min when you hear the word “Easter”? One word!
A: Jesus
Q: How do you feel about hunting eggs at Easter?
A:  It is just fun. It doesn’t really have anything to do with Easter but it’s OK. It is fun trying to race my brothers to find the eggs.
Q:  What purpose does the Easter Bunny serve?
A: I don’t know, none that I can think of.
Q: What does Easter mean to you?
A: We celebrate Jesus rising from the dead and saving us from our sins.  He conquered death.
Q: What’s your favorite part about celebrating Easter?
A: My favorite part about Easter is being with my family. Some people don’t have full families because they are broken.
Q: If you could spread the word about Easter as if it were an advertisement, what would you say?
A: He conquered the tomb to save us from doom. Seriously, that is the real reason we celebrate Easter. Jesus died on the cross and rose three days later and saved us from our sins. It is really a beautiful thing.
Q: Does your family have any special Easter traditions?
A: Yes, we go to church every Easter. We read the Easter story and then we have an Easter egg hunt. The little kids get to go first, and there is always an egg with money!

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