April 1, 2011 at 12:13 PM CDT - Updated June 23 at 5:57 PM
A community in northeast Ohio wants to take the word "Easter" out of this year's annual egg hunt.
Even though a private sponsor has stepped in, the debate rages on. The trustees say a government-sponsored egg hunt should not include a religious holiday in its name. But others say it's tradition and people are just a little bit too touchy. One citizen is putting up the $600 to put the sponsorship in private hands and the word Easter back in the egg hunt.