MARIETTA, Oh. (WTAP) – The history of Easter is positive, and a local church attempted to spread this positivity to society.
Pathway Community Church held an Easter hunting in Marietta on Sunday morning.
This Easter egg hunt was a bit different than others in the area, although the eggs came from another type of grand piano.
It was true the eggs were dropped from a helicopter to the Marietta Middle School soccer field.
About 20,000 eggs were used as children aged aged to collect plastic eggs from the grass.
Talking to some of the kids they said they enjoyed the unique twist of a classic Easter tradition.