In 1952 Zenaida Drake began decorating her yard for spring. In 1983 the Bement Women's Club began stringing plastic eggs together to hand in the trees along Highway 105 in Bement...the 1st Easter Egg Lane. In 1987 Zenaida Drake passed away. In 1988 the Bement Community Council decorates Drake's yard in memory of Mrs. Drake. In 1989, Bill Drake, husband of Zenaida Drake, donated his wife's collection to the Bement Community Council. The collection is added on to each year and continues to be on display (weather permitting) on the lawn of the Bryant Cottage. Dobson's stores the collection. Some of Mrs. Drake's hand blown decorated eggs still exist, although they are no longer displayed outdoors. In 1982, the trees became too tall, and there are no more plastic eggs in the trees along Route 105 through Bement. The Bement Women's Club painted large wooden eggs to stake in the ground along 105. The Easter Egg Lane collection is stored in the garage of Frances Kurr. Harvey prefers his privacy and spends most of his time in a quiet space in storage at the old bank building.