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The Week of March 2,2015 The Leader Page 7 twists (StatePoint) This year tell the Easter Bunny to hop to it and avoid those same old Easter basket ideas kids have been getting for decades. By filling your children's baskets with personalized surprises, you can make the day extra special. Don't just fill baskets with bor- ing seasonal sweets and a stuffed bunny. Baskets are more fun when they are personalized to the inter- ests of each recipient. Barbara Jeha Arnondin, co- founder of MetroMom Events, has the, insider scoop on what kids want this season. "Your children will be delighted to unwrap baskets that the~y feel were made specifically for them," says Amondin. "Kids love anything that is geared toward their own interests but also has some surprises. And these days, unexpected twists can even be found in the sweet treats you choose." One new Easter item that will help surprise kids of all ages are premium Swiss milk chocolate eggs with atoy surprise inside from eggs have themes that you can up guitar, or any type of small or "Penguins of Madagascar," an 3-D puzzles, mini playing cards match to a child' s interests, instrument to make their own mu- Easter basket filled with movie fa- and more. This basket will have including-~tHelio Kitty, Penguins sic. vorites like popcorn, posters, little ladies playing for hours. of Madagascar, and Sports Balls. Sports Fans soundtracks, theirown3-Dglasses, Dino-riftic All of the Choco Treasure themed For kidswholovesports, Easter licensed toys or newly released Digging for treasure is easy collections are comprised of 15 to baskets filled with sports surprises DVDs willhelp you get two thumbs when you create a themed basket 18 different toy surprises, such as could include team trading cards, up. for your mini-paleontologist. In- 3-D puzzles, water squirters, figu- leaguestickerbooks, team branded Girly Girl elude a fossil excavation kit, a rines, and even a deck of mini mobile device cases, tickets to a Hello Kitty is consistently popu- magnifying glass, andacouponfoz playing cards, game and Chaco Treasure Sports lar among girls of all ages. Con- a trip to see the dinosaurs at a local Here are a few ideas from Balls which come in the shape of sider a basket filled with themed museum. Arnondin to get started on person- baseballs, footballs, and soccer craft activities, dress-up accesso- By thinking outside of the bas- alizing kids' Easter baskets: balls, ries and Hello Kitty Chaco Trea- ket this Easter you can create egg- Music Fans Movie-Goers sure toy-filled eggs, which include stra special experiences kids will For kids who love to listen to There were many big box office a variety of Hello Kitty figurines, remember for years. the latest hits, fill their baskets with hits for kids over the past year. And a new pair of headphones, a gift whether your child's favorite was card for downloading their favor- "The Lego Movie," "Big Hero 6" ite tunes, a portable speaker, a blow- Despite China's refusal to approve Syngenta's GM0 Chaco Treasure. These chocolate seed, 5yngenta continued to sell its seed to U.S. corn farmers. When China banned O.S. corn imports, i~ the price of corn fell dramatically, and corn farmers across the country lost BILtlONS of dollars~ !!i! C r owl islam 3rree We represent individual farmers, i Our team represented over 2000 individual farmers in the Rice GM0 claim. We opposed the class I Join a credit union and discover your power as ,an ox~ her. Tree removal, Trimming and acti0nmeetingandwithsecuredfarmersmOre for the farmers we represented. Our group of lawyers will continue ] My credit union is not-for-profit, so earnings come right , _. Stump Removal with respect tO each farmer's individualSyngenta claim. I - -~'~- I back to me through better loan rates and lower fees. eJ Corn Farmer [.awyers Call for your FREE I I/ .'[ ]"-olnsured | I ~j~'PHIPPSCAVAZOSPLLc t;onsunauon i KANSAS CREDIT UNIONS (800) 362 2076 ,I, ,; ,.,....^^ ,/' Reasonable rates J I 'f 1 (855) 68a-SEED (7333) I W/Je#ow.'done can make a " I ~i" / r_l~__ ~I1177: __ i Pulaski & Middleman, PLLC I Principal Office 4615 SW Fwy, Ste. 850, Houston, IX 77027 I / hone 402-879-3608 I Phipps cavazos PLLCl Principal 0ffice 102 9lh Street, San Antonio, IX 78215 " -I " | II~FORMATIONAL A~/ERTIS~MENT: The informatioa pr~ented is not intended to be legal advi(e. The hirin@ of a lavq~ is an imooaant d~isio~ | E 1~ that sllould not be based soldy on adveedsemenl~'[he IJv/er cesponsible fo~ the content of thts ad is Adam Pulaski ~ J pepsi Visit our website www.linpepc0.c0m/careers re View openings and to apply TODAY! We are currently seeking motivated and hard working individuals to join our team. So carrie start your career in the beverage industry with a splash TODAY! Current Opening: FT Merchandiser D