Wyandotte Nation hosts first Easter Egg hunt
WYANDOTTE, Okla. – The Wyandotte Nation held its first ever Easter Egg hunt Saturday.
Different age groups were allowed to hit the tribal pow-wow grounds searching for eggs filled with candy, toys and even money.
“It’s great to be out here on such a beautiful Saturday morning,” said Billy Friend of the Wyandotte Nation. “To see our grounds, our traditional pow-wow grounds, and to see it full of kids having fun. It’ll probably turn into an annual event, especially with the success we’ve seen here this morning. So it’s something we’ll want to continue on”
The hunt was open to kids ranging in age from newborn to 12 years old.