Don’t let ’em do it! Ohio town is taking the ‘Easter’ out of its annual egg hunt
Send an email to the Munson Township trustees, asking them to reverse their politically correct decision.
March 30, 2011
According to television station WKYC, an NBC affiliate, trustees in Munson Township in Ohio have decided to abolish any reference to ‘Easter’ and have ordered organizers to call this year’s Easter weekend event “The Spring Egg Hunt.”
First, there was an attack on Christmas. Now, political correctness has reached Easter. These elected officials need to know that Americans will not allow them to strip “Easter” from community events.
While “egg hunts” aren’t exactly biblical, they do provide opportunities for Christians to share the good news of Jesus’ birth with members of the community by celebrating it in public.
Send an email to the Munson Township trustees, asking them to reverse their politically correct decision and restore ‘Easter’ to the town’s event.
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For Christians, there is no more important symbol than the cross. It represents a Savior who suffered, died and overcame death to bring eternal life to those who look to Him in faith.
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Tim Wildmon, President
American Family Association
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