ABOVE: Volunteers, from left, Dorothy Edwards, Gary Boop and Leslie Ryan, prepare some of the 15,000 Easter eggs on Wednesday that will be hidden around the Russells Point Church of God for the April 19 community Easter egg hunt sponsored in conjunction with the Russells Point Police Department. Beginning at 10 a.m. the day of the event, youths can enjoy puppet shows, games, crafts, face painting, photos with Russell the Crime Dog and a police cruiser before the 2 p.m. egg hunt, which is divided into three age categories. BELOW: Six plastic storage containers hold about a third of the 15,000 eggs that will be hidden. (PHOTOS | DANIELLE BRANDYBERRY)