Kelowna's largest egg hunt

1,200 children enjoyed hunting for over 15,000 candy filled eggs yesterday on Good Friday in Kelowna.

The Victory Life Fellowship hosted its 11th annual Easter event at the Parkinson Recreation Center in Kelowna. 

“The cool cloudy weather did not deter the 2,528 guests who enjoyed 6,000 free pancakes, ongoing Easter Egg Hunts, live entertainment, clothing, children’s activities and many fabulous door prizes,” said Pastor Diana Tripke with the Victory Life Fellowship.

“The Easter Pancake Breakfast is a fun filled event that meets needs and fosters a sense of community!”

The Kelowna Community Food Bank was on hand to receive non-perishable food items and guests contributed over 200 pounds of food.


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