How WB Students Have a Hoppy Easter

Here are some traditions that West Branch students do with their families to celebrate Easter.
A spring-themed photo with easter eggs and letters that state happy Easter.
A spring-themed photo with easter eggs and letters that state happy Easter.
Image/Graphics by Priscilla Du Preez

As we are in the springtime season with Easter break and Easter day quickly approaching,  I got a chance to talk to a couple of West Branch High School students this week about how they and their family members celebrate Easter or over Easter break. 

  I first talked to Aubree Good, a freshman here at West Branch and she said, “ My family and I go to our great grandpa’s house with the rest of my extended family and we have Easter dinner, and then after we have a big easter egg hunt for all of the kids.” I then talked to Allaina McGivney another freshman here at West Branch,  and she stated, “ My family and I have a laid-back easter as we just go to my grandma and grandpa’s  house for Easter dinner and then we have a little easter egg hunt with my cousins and my sister.” After I talked to these two girls, I got a chance to talk to Addison Hubler, a sophomore here at West Branch, and she said, “ Me and my family celebrate Easter day by going to my gram’s house for Easter lunch with the rest of my extended family.” I then talked to another sophomore at West Branch,  Jonah Porter, who stated,” My brother and I open our Easter baskets from our mom and dad. We go to church as a family, and after our extended family comes over for Easter lunch/dinner.” These sound like some very fun ways to celebrate the Easter season!

If you don’t have any family traditions and would like to start some new traditions with the members of your family, or with your good friends, there are many free or low-cost Easter-related activities in the area. These activities include easter egg hunts, craft shows, and so much more Easter fun!

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