Off and running at Motorcycle Club egg hunt

The 5- to 8-year-old participants are off and running to gather eggs at the first Forgotten Ones Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club Easter Egg Hunt.

(Posted April 2, 2024)

By Pat Donahue, Staff Photographer

The Forgotten Ones Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club and its London chapter, the Founding Fathers, hosted an Easter Egg Hunt for the community on March 30 at the Merri-Mac Park ball fields in London. The day also included free food, a bicycle giveaway, and a visit from the Easter bunny.

This was a first-time event for the organization which is made up of police officers, fire fighters, medics, correctional officers, military personnel, and other first responders. The organization’s fundamental mission is brotherhood and charity.

The London chapter is hosting a Bike Night Take Over on April 20, 5-9 p.m., at Blackwoods Tavern, 13665 Era Rd., Mount Sterling. The event will raise funds towards securing a service animal for an area resident.

Dean Solon, 3, of London was one of lucky ones to have his name drawn to take home a bike.
The winning continues for 7-year-old Bowen Robinette who claimed a new bike at the Founding Fathers Easter Egg Hunt. Earlier in the month, Bowen earned a OHWAY State Championship wrestling title in the 65-pound weight class at the March 17 tournament in Marion, Ohio.
Some of the 4-and-younger crowd takes on the task of collecting thousands of eggs in the ball field area at Merri-Mac Park.
Madie Douridas, 4, shows off the basket she won during the egg hunt while she and her brother, Max, 7, pose with the Easter Bunny.
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