Easter Tradition Spans Across Decades
MOBERLY - Thousands of kids, parents and community members scrambled through fields in Moberly Saturday searching for Easter eggs.
The Family Life Fellowship Church began hosting the Easter egg hunt two decades ago. The annual event is free to the community.
Children searched through five fields for eggs filled with prizes and candy.
"Each year for the past 2 decades we have hosted an annual egg hunt inviting those from in and around Moberly." Pastor Shawn Ames said. "Our heart is to help remind our community what Easter really is all about."
The Randolph County Fire Department volunteered at the event and gave egg hunters tours of the equipment.