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A Red Egg Tradition
Penny Angelo

Christos anesti! What’s Greek Orthodox Easter without red eggs? During lunch this week, students chose a red egg to compete in the annual tsougrisma game. The eggs are dyed red to represent the blood Christ shed on the cross while the hard shell represents the closed tomb. Once cracked, these eggs symbolize The Resurrection! Every student had a great time competing for the strongest egg. Thank you to Laura Fetokakis and Nicole Postolos for organizing an amazing team of parent volunteers (and even grandmothers!) to help prepare the eggs.

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