Buffalo City Council member Demone Smith hosted the annual Masten Easter Egg Hunt at MLK Park on Saturday April 4th. The event drew thrones of eager children and parents as well as special appearances by Buffalo’s Mayor, The Honorable Byron Brown; Buffalo City Court Judge, The Honorable
JaHarr Pridgen; and Erie County Family Court Judge, The Honorable Deanne Tripi. Among these honored guests, our very own Catherine Cook-Cottone was asked to put on a yoga demonstration for the crowd.
Yogi’s In Service showed up BIG for the event with at least a dozen members assisting and demonstrating for the crowd. Making the demonstration interactive and fun, Catherine awarded prizes to participants who could hold “tree” or “warrior 3” or “crow” the longest. In addition to sharing their love of yoga, many Yogis in Service joined in the dance contests and showcased their love of dance! Our own yogi, Eric, was honored with a prize for his “current” dancing skills during the Mayor’s dance contest while Mary G. Carney got honorable mention for her “old school” style.
The YIS demonstration was quite popular, and many attendees asked about where to find Yogi’s in Service again. We happily replied “Resurrection Church on Doat & Genessee every Saturday at 10am! And coming soon to the Delevan Grider Community Center!” We can’t wait to return next year with some new dance moves and more yoga for fun.
Article written by Mary Carney