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Above: Betty Wendtland displays an egg decorated in a traditional Ukrainian method. Right: Wendtland, left, helps Cisco Gallegos mark a chicken egg as she teaches a sixth-grade class to make the eggs last week at Holy Name Catholic School. Justin Sheely | The Sheridan pressAbove: Betty Wendtland displays an egg decorated in a traditional Ukrainian method. Right: Wendtland, left, helps Cisco Gallegos mark a chicken egg as she teaches a sixth-grade class to make the eggs last week at Holy Name Catholic School. Justin Sheely | The Sheridan press

More than your typical Easter egg: Sheridan resident creates traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs

SHERIDAN — Traditionally, Ukrainian women prepared themselves for Pysanky decorating by purifying their spiritual state of mind for the entire day prior — living peacefully, avoiding gossip, being patient with family and preparing a fine dinner. Today, if you want to partake in the art of Easter egg dyeing, you probably just boil some eggs Read More

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