Adams’ Easter Egg Scramble returns in person
(ABC 6 News) – Easter was celebrated a day early in Adams on Saturday with the Traditional Easter Egg Scramble put on by the Adams Booster Club and Southland ECFE.
The event was held in the Southland gym instead of outside because of the weather but children still got to take pictures with the Easter bunny. Children from under a year old to 12-years-old lined up with their Easter baskets to collect the 2,100 Easter eggs that were filled with candy by volunteers.
"It brings out a lot of people. Everybody is able to come out here. You see grandparents coming with their kids, family coming from out of town, so it’s just a really fun event. It lasts a few seconds, the dash does, but it’s a lot of fun," Ella Noterman with the Adams Booster Club said.
The event has been an Easter egg drive-thru for the past two years because of the pandemic.
There was also a donation jar there for Taopi relief fund.