Over 300 residents from the mobile home park were invited to the community Easter Egg Hunt. Kids were lined up waiting for the starting signal to start gathering eggs. There were special gold and silver eggs with special prizes provided by the Yes Community.
It was a colorful sight with 20,000 Easter eggs covering the soccer fields in Little Elm and hundreds of children and parents ready to pounce on them. There were three fields of eggs and each field had an age group assigned. When Mayor Hillock gave the all go to start the hunt it looked like a giant vacuum cleaner going across the…Read More
Stations of the Cross Spring is defiantly here. The trees are in bloom. The birds are singing and Oak Grove United Methodist Church has some exciting things planned. April means Easter. There are a few upcoming special worship events beginning on Thursday, April 13 – come pray the Stations of the Cross in the Sanctuary from 10-12 and 5-6pm. (Call the church…Read More
Little Elm residents came out in “Groves” to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt in the park. Over 12,000 eggs were put on three fields separating the age groups. It was like watching a giant egg vacuum cleaner sweep across the areas. Free hot dogs and drinks were provided, until they ran out. There was a Kite Flying contest and games for…Read More