Children who attended an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at the Country Club Park looked up to see not only an Easter Bunny but also Easter Eggs fall from the sky.
It was all part of the first event organized by park owner Chance Evans and his crew at the park which is located about three miles north of Jasper on Highway 96.
It all began around 11:00 am and shortly after noon an Easter Bunny dropped out of a passing airplane and slowly descended to the ground to shake hands with the children. However, a few minutes later, another aircraft passed over and dropped over 5,000 Easter Eggs that were packed with candy and gifts.
The event began at 11:00 a.m. with games and festivities and continued through 2:00 p.m. as a few small rain showers fell in the area.