Friends of Cedar Bay Easter weekend activities prove popular
Tim Brody - Editor
Friends of Cedar Bay (FCB) hosted an Easter weekend of fun from April 2 to 4, inviting community members to take part in three different COVID-friendly activities.
The event was spread out over the weekend to reduce the number of people coming out to Cedar Bay at any one time.
Volunteers hid 58 chocolate bunnies along the Cedar Bay trails over the long weekend for people to find.
FCB Chair Bobbi Roberts and FCB member Nancy McCord co-organized the weekend’s activities.
“We had a lot of help from others hiding the bunnies and brainstorming ideas for the event. It was a great team effort!,” McCord shared.
“Our family painted and hid 18 bunny rocks this weekend for the scavenger hunt portion of the event. When participants found a rock and submitted a photo, their name got entered into a draw. We also had a colouring sheet that participants could fill out and submit photos of to be entered into the draw. We ended up with approximately 490 ballots for the draw basket (from Drayton Cash N Carry),” McCord shared.
Visitors to Cedar Bay over the weekend were asked to follow public health guidelines when participating in the events and stay six feet away from others.
Brooks and Monroe Caul were the lucky winners of the gift basket with an entry from one of the rocks they found.
McCord concluded, “The committee is very pleased with the participation and grateful to everyone who came out to enjoy the trails and have some safe family fun!”