The City of Odessa celebrated Easter with families Saturday morning.
The egg hunt actually featured several different hunts for different age groups, ensuring that all of the children had an equal chance to find at least one egg. Parking is limited, so carpool, walk, bike, or golf cart it to the Planet if possible.
Considering one in three Brits surveyed don't know the origin of Easter, a surprisingly large amount do know the significance of eggs (80 per cent) and bunnies (60 per cent) at Easter.
High pitch, low pitch, fast pitch, slow pitch, the eggs beeping all over the field as the visually impaired kids see the eggs with their hands and ears. More than 30,000 eggs plus food, bounce house and prizes.
"He went under the fence", Dean's aunt Dona Brown said with a laugh as the pint-sized boy held on to his bucket half-full of Easter eggs.
In addition to the egg hunt, where children searched for specific colors among the scattered plastic eggs, the Easter Bunny was also on hand to pose for photos and provide hugs. Leon Chapman is once again overseeing the hunt that will take place in the area of the band stage in Bryan Memorial Park beginning at two Sunday afternoon.
Southern Oaks Baptist Church, Easter Eggstravaganza, 11 a.m.to 1 p.m.at Pollard Park, 710 E. Amherst St., Tyler. There will be four groups of children divided into ages 1 to 2 years old, 3 to 4 years old, 5 to 6 years old, and 7 years old and older.
The first egg hunt started at 10 a.m.
Kids 11 and younger can hunt for candy around the market in Henderson, and get a free ride ticket and raffle ticket. Bring own baskets. Free hot dog lunch, games, appearance by Mr. and Mrs.
The charity's founder Tripp says the idea to have a section for children with disabilities came from community members after Operation Addy's first Easter egg hunt in 2015.style="text-align: center;"