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Dobson Church of God's locally-famous chocolate-covered Easter eggs are back, in multiple flavors: peanut butter, crunchy peanut butter, cherry nut, coconut, and cream cheese. They are handmade by church members and are the church's only fundraiser each year. The eggs can be found at businesses all around the county, including Olympia Restaurant, Surry Diner, Sue's Restaurant, The Lantern, Red Stripe at Fairview, Martins off of 268, the diner at Level Cross crossroads, and multiple other locations. Pastor Homer Lowdermilk's wife Judy is shown here decorating the eggs with a flower.
Dobson Church of God's locally-famous chocolate-covered Easter eggs are back, in multiple flavors: peanut butter, crunchy peanut butter, cherry nut, coconut, and cream cheese. They are handmade by church members and are the church's only fundraiser each year. The eggs can be found at businesses all around the county, including Olympia Restaurant, Surry Diner, Sue's Restaurant, The Lantern, Red Stripe at Fairview, Martins off of 268, the diner at Level Cross crossroads, and multiple other locations. Pastor Homer Lowdermilk's wife Judy is shown here decorating the eggs with a flower.
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Dobson Church of God’s locally-famous chocolate-covered Easter eggs are back, in multiple flavors: peanut butter, crunchy peanut butter, cherry nut, coconut, and cream cheese. They are handmade by church members and are the church’s only fundraiser each year. The eggs can be found at businesses all around the county, including Olympia Restaurant, Surry Diner, Sue’s Restaurant, The Lantern, Red Stripe at Fairview, Martins off of 268, the diner at Level Cross crossroads, and multiple other locations. Pastor Homer Lowdermilk’s wife Judy is shown here decorating the eggs with a flower.

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