Jellybeanville takes the cake of Easter displays
UNDATED (WHDH) -- Chicks are nodding their approval over this year's Easter extravaganza at Jellybeanville.
"And everything is different from last year. We got all new balloons new cutouts,” said Steve Kaselak.
No matter where you look, up - down- all around, Kaselak's display on Zeman Avenue in Euclid has something new, even a new Jellybeanville sign.
Some fifty years ago, Kaselak started his Easter display as a boy.
"And each year it kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger and my mother would always say quit putting all that stuff in the yard."
He didn't listen.
His mother, who was born on Easter Sunday, passed away in 1985.
He keeps a cutout of her in the display and each year she sports a new dress.
Kids in the neighborhood gaze in awe as they have for generations. Kids like Kelly and matt.
As an infant, Kelly had her picture taken with the Easter bunny here.
"I’ve seen pictures of me when I was younger. We come here every year and he would pass out stuff to the young kids,” said Kelly.
"Among the chicks and bunnies and eggs, Steve has reserved a special place to honor his friend Ron who ran Eggshelland."
A tribute to Eggshelland and the man behind it.
"After he passed away in august, I said that's what I’m going to do in memory of Ron,” said Kaselak.
One tradition ends...
"I’m going to carry on the legacy throughout the Cleveland area,” he said.
While another continues.