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Easter Bunny to skydive into Harrison Easter egg hunt

Brian C. Rittmeyer
The Easter Bunny parachutes into Golden Rams Stadium in March 2018 during the annual Generations House of Worship Easter egg hunt and celebration in Natrona Heights.

The Easter Bunny is set to skydive Saturday into an egg hunt at Golden Rams Stadium.

Generations House of Worship will host its sixth annual Easter Egg Hunt and Celebration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the stadium and Highlands Middle School, 1350 Broadview Boulevard in Harrison.

The Easter Bunny will skydive onto the field, weather permitting, between 12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m., according to the church and its pastor, Nick Chybrzynski.

An indoor egg hunt will be held for those with special needs.

The free event will include a resource fair featuring local nonprofit service providers and businesses, and first responder vehicles and equipment for children to explore.

The event will include more than 30,000 eggs, live music, bounce houses, face painting, food trucks,and prize giveaways.

More than 3,000 people attended last year’s event.

The church faced a higher fee from the Highlands School District to use the district’s facilities this year.

Located on Parkside Drive in Brackenridge, Generations House of Worship is a non-denominational Christian church that was launched in November 2014. It has more than 300 members each week.

Brian C. Rittmeyer is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Brian at 724-226-4701, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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