Rolling Plains Church Holds Worship, Easter Egg Hunt

It was a attractive morning and there was a great crowd for the egg hunt.

It's a time when every living thing reproduces its kind and renews life.

The egg hunts kicked off Friday night at Lions Park in Ephrata, where the Parks and Recreation Department hosted its annual Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt open to children in grades five through 12.

People put off their winter attire for bright new clothes and get outside to enjoy life.

Accommodations were also made for some special-needs children. "We're here for the community and this is an awesome way to be involved". Children found candy and other prizes inside.

Pupils followed a trail around the school grounds while hunting for miniature chocolate eggs and a larger golden egg.

At 2:30 p.m. Saturday the children all lined up in their age appropriate roped-off areas for the egg hunt. Space was limited and pre-registration was strongly recommended for all tickets, including free tickets for the egg hunts held throughout the day.

  • Carolyn Briggs