The Easter Bunny was busy Friday and Saturday hosting Easter Egg Hunts around town, but the biggest draw was to Kendrick Park, Saturday, for the Vertical Church's Easter Egg Extravaganza.
Hundreds gathered, awaiting the Easter Egg Hunts and Vertical Church's Pastor James Gilbert says it's all about giving back to to the community.
Members of the church stuffed the 20,000 Easter eggs for the past three months and four and a half year-old Preston Bagby was excited over the prospect of filling his basket.
Preston's mom, Julie Bagby, tells us what Preston told her about Easter.
Sarah Schreiber and her family had a terrifying moment. Their two and a half year-old son disappeared.
He was found just a hundred feet away looking at the balloons.
There was plenty to do in addition to the Easter Egg Hunt. There were inflatables for the kids to play on, face painting, prize giveaways, and then there was the ever present Easter Bunny.
Pastor Gilbert says it's all about being real in a real world.
Westview and Sheridan Manor, plus the Sheridan Rec. District also held Easter Egg Hunts.the community.