Over the course of the events 2,920 children were registered as participating, 8,340 Easter eggs were given away, and 60 ‘special’ prizes were also given away to children.
Cr Raedel briefly explained why he and his wife, Kerri Raedel, along with an army of volunteers go to this effort.
“Over the years, it is these sorts of events that we see the community come together,” Cr Raedel said.
“This brings people out of their homes and connecting with other people, it is a real investment in social equity, and we love seeing this and being part of it.”
The Easter Egg Hunts along with other grassroots community events are set to become bigger and better as Cr Raedel narrows his focus on creating a better lifestyle across the Moreton Bay Region.
And the community is lapping it up, not even being kept away by stormy weather (watch the video)…