Here is the Powell story:
During our first Easter in Sylvan, on Woodland Crescent ,our neighbor Judy Cole was unable to go home . She said she would miss rolling eggs in the coulees of Lethbridge! We had a big pile of snow in front of our houses so Easter morning we lined the neighborhood kids up on it and rolled coloured eggs down the hill. Because my girls were so young , they felt this was part of Easter and it has been ever since. It became a tradition for the Powell family and we have rolled eggs wherever we are whether in Brandon, Regina or our Albertan homes. This has been happening for 36 years and my grandkids continue colouring eggs and rolling them on their driveways or sidewalk.