What looked to be the start of a dreary day for Easter on the Bayou turned out to be a great day full of fun. There were many colorful, candy-filled eggs scattered throughout the woods for the children to hunt, good food and other fun activities for the families to enjoy.
Saturday's Easter on the Bayou, presented by MetroPCS, was full of fun, festivities, and children. There must have been hundreds involved in the Easter egg hunts alone, which were held at Black Cypress Bayou Park.
The last time I remember us doing Easter on the Bayou, I was still new to the radio biz. I was a part-timer-trying-to-become-a-full-timer, learning about how to promote station events, and helping out wherever and whenever I could
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