Sunshine and a clear blue sky was all Manville needed last Saturday morning to be able to hold their Easter egg hunt—and that is just what they got. The hunt, which catered to various age groups, was held at the Manville Park by the old school where dozens of colorful eggs crammed with goodies awaited being picked up and placed in equally bright baskets. The hunt was in memory of Manville resident Doris Johnson, who passed away last fall, and lasted roughly ten minutes with wide smiles from the kids as they cleared the field with their treasures.
Easter this year will fall on Sunday, April 16. A Lusk Easter egg hunt will take place the Saturday before (April 15) starting at 1:00pm, although an alternate day has been scheduled if weather becomes an issue.