MARSING, Idaho — Organizers of the Lizard Butte Easter Sunrise Service announced the April 12 service has been canceled. The first service was held on April 17, 1938 with around 1,000 people in attendance.
The association in charge of organizing the service every year says they want to support the decisions of local, state and federal governments, as well as be responsible community members.
Although there will be no service on the Butte, the association encourages you to join them in prayer for our country and community.
The Lizard Butte Easter Sunrise Service is the Pacific Northwest's oldest continuing Easter Sunrise Service.