The planning starts after Christmas, and the blueprint exists mostly in his head. He works daily, stringing together colored eggs or searching for new inflatables. In mid-March, Kaselak springs into action to finish the ode to Easter outside his Euclid home by Palm Sunday.
But come Easter Sunday, when Kaselak dresses up in a bunny outfit, he never knows what he’ll find.
One year it snowed. “The Easter Bunny borrowed boots from Santa,” he says. Two years ago, News 5’s Leon Bibb broadcast from Jellybeanville and CNN aired footage. “I knew I made it,” he says.
Rain or shine, he can expect about 2,000 smiling faces and $1,000 in donations to the Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center. “The Easter Bunny is prepared for whatever God blesses us with,” he says. 25401 Zeman Ave., Euclid
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