CHOUDRANT — Glimmering, multi-colored Easter eggs were scattered in front of Choudrant Town Hall Saturday morning, as children got ready to participate in an Easter egg hunt.
The 3 and under age group tugged on the caution tape that surrounded the eggs, anxious to start hunting as they twirled their bright Easter baskets in their hands.
Celeste Butler, clerk for the village of Choudrant, approached the tape and explained the rules to the children and their parents who would hunt with them.
“Let the hunt begin!” Butler said.
Ruston High School defensive lineman Matt Owens (79) prepares to throw a paper Tiger into the flames during Thursday night’s annual Beat Neville Bonfire in front of RHS. The Bearcats play host to the Tigers to open the 2016 football season at 7 p.m. at L.J. “Hoss” Garrett Stadium.