It's COVID-19 times and as we adjust to living in unprecedented circumstances, a Waverly businesswoman is trying to bring some fun into the lives of her friends and. neighbors and still keep the social distancing mandate, a practice of staying away from others in order to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
To celebrate the spirit of Easter, Kristin Happel, put together a drive-by Easter Egg Hunt in Waverly.
Originally intended for Sunday, the event will take place on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4p.m., because the weather is expected to worsen on Sunday.
The Easter bunny is expected to wave at kids from a afar from an old fire truck.
Kristin came up with the idea of celebrating Easter in a drive-by fashion a few days ago. She joined forces with her dad, Dennis, the fire chief of Waverly's volunteer Fire Department, and with the help of her kids, and other volunteers, made about 500 wood eggs out plywood and decorated them.
An egg hunt route will be announced later.
Last Saturday, an egg hunt took place in Shell Rock with great success, so Kristin is hoping Saturday's event, which will be full of joy.
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