Cold temperatures don't hinder egg hunters in the least

By: 
AJ HECHT
Staff Writer

A huge crowd gathered at the Armstrong Air and Space Museum in spite of the chilly temperatures on Saturday morning.

With their baskets in hand, families hunted for over 10,000 eggs scattered around the museum grounds, filling their buckets–and stomachs–with candy.

First United Methodist Church of Wapakoneta co-hosted the event with the museum, the second year of the partnership, in an effort to further extend their reach into the community, and make a positive impact.

“We love to make contact with members of our community,” Pastor Josh Tissot said “As we get more and more people together and all use our assets, we can produce something that blesses the community and hopefully in turn helps people to connect here in town."

And being able to use the museum is helpful in making...

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