Members of the Fredericksburg Morning Rotary Club took some time to help out the Easter Bunny this year.
As part of the Gillespie County Historical Society's annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 16, 10 members of the club helped hide 10,000 Easter eggs. Plastic eggs filled with small toys, stickers and other treats were placed in different spots on the grounds of the Pioneer Museum based on age. Once the hunt starts, the eggs are gone within minutes, due to the high volume of participants. "There may be 10,000 eggs but boy do they clean that place up in minutes," Luzaan Odendaal, a member of the club said. The Fredericksburg Morning Rotary Club has helped volunteer at this event for several years and its members also enjoy watching the joy each child shows. "I volunteer at this event every year because it's a fun activity that brightens kids lives," Odendaal said. "The smiles on their faces say it all, even if it's not the special golden egg." Cutline for image: Members of the Fredericksburg Morning Rotary Club helped hide more than 10,000 Easter eggs during the annual hunt at Pioneer Museum in Fredericksburg. Pictured in front, from left, Michelle Williams, Marc Bennett, Luzaan Odendaal, and Bonnie Beckmann. Back row, Brad Schneider, Katie Bradford, Riaan Odendaal, Della Zey and Janie Bailey. Not pictured is Karen Davies.