While Easter was over a month ago, this annual celebration of the spring truly highlights some of the greatest aspects of community engagement.
It also served as an egg-celent opportunity for children to maintain a shred of childhood normalcy among this difficult pandemic.
The Annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the National Society of the Colonial Dames in the State of Mississippi (NSCDA), was held last month at The Oaks House Museum.
The Oaks House Museum (circa 1853) is owned and operated by the NSCDA.
It is one of the very few buildings (pre-Civil War) that was not destroyed or burned.
The Carrot and Grand Marshall this year was Margaret Tohill.