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Red Bluff teachers and church throw drive-thru Easter parade for kids

Kids in Red Bluff got a very special treat after teachers and community members came together and threw a very special Easter parade for the kids.

Posted: Apr 10, 2020 6:38 PM

RED BLUFF, Calif. - Kids in Red Bluff got a very special treat, after teachers and community members came together and threw a very special Easter parade for the kids.

Jessica Miller, a kindergarten teacher at Antelope Elementary, and Luke Gearty, co-lead pastor of Red Bluff Vineyard, put on a reverse Easter parade. Kids and their families drove through the church’s parking lot where they saw their teachers, the Easter Bunny, and received some sweet treats.

“We put it together in three days and got lots of people together who were willing to show love to Red Bluff,” said Miller.

Gearty tells Action News Now the parade was a way to show love to the kids, but at the same time celebrate the Easter season. Even if it’s at a distance.

“We're in this global pandemic and we're able to celebrate at a distance,” said Gearty.

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