A Payson Easter Tradition



Every year for 13 years, Rim Country children have gathered at Rumsey Park for the annual Easter Egg Scramble. The event is organized by the Payson Parks and Recreation Department and attracts an estimated 1,100 area children, ages 12 and under. The children "scramble" for more than 5,000 eggs stuffed with treats and prize coupons.

After the Egg Scramble, the Payson Christian Ministerial Fellowship presents the annual Resurrection Celebration at Rumsey Park, featuring music, hayrides and games, all in celebration of Easter.

Pictured, Hannah Pettifield, center, was part of a group of young people who were able to enjoy a hayride around Rumsey Park as part of the Resurrection Celebration 2007.

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