Sunday Apr 08 2012 comments Sweet treats found at Loomis Community Easter Egg Hunt By: Anne Stokes / special to the Loomis News -A +A Bill and Mckenna Rath, 19 months, of Loomis, await the start of the Easter Egg hunt. And they're off! Kids of all ages scramble to grab as many candy-filled Easter Eggs as their baskets can hold. Samantha Albo, 9, of Loomis, plays one of the carnival-style games put on by the Loomis First Assembly of God Church, manned by church volunteer Isaiah Ward, 13, of Rocklin. Hailene Stitt, 8, checks grandfather Howard Stitt's raffle tickets to see if they've won any of the numerous raffle basket prizes. Youth pastor Stephen Pineschi, with the Loomis First Assembly of God Church, reads off the raffle winners. The proceeds of the raffle go back to the church and will help fund next year's Easter celebration. Frankie Rose Steffes, 3, of Loomis, rushes to fill her Easter basket. Landon Dales, 2 1/2, and Mom Kim of Loomis discover what sweet treats await inside his Easter Eggs. Isabella Howard, 5, and Grandma Jackie Orvis of Loomis open up her eggs before recycling them for use in next year's hunt. Axel Fuhrman, 16 months, of Loomis, double checks to make sure all of the eggs are empty before they're recycled to be used in next year's Easter Egg hunt. The Chapman boys, Wesley, 5, and Tyler, 1, enjoy the day's festivities with Dad Joe Chapman of Loomis. Isabella Becker, 2 1/2, of Loomis, waits patiently for the Easter Egg hunt to begin. Isla Bryant, age 3, enjoys the bounce-house along with sister Aivlinn Bryant, age 6. The Mcleod family of Loomis poses with the Easter Bunny: Ethan, 9, left, Kendal, 7, Josh 3, and Ashlynn, age 11. Erik Norton of Vacaville, with Embassador Skateboards, shows off his skills for the families at the Loomis First Assembly of God Church's annual Easter Egg hunt held at the H. Clarke Powers Elementary school.