CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Easter would simply not be complete in one Euclid neighborhood without a decades-long tradition that attracts thousands of people each year. The house is located on Zeman Avenue, the house turns into Jellybeanville.
Hundreds of eggs, bunnies, baskets and flowers are at the house. This is the childhood home of Steve Kaselak, this is a tradition he started more than 50 years ago.
Kaselak starts planning this in January, and starts putting it together two weeks before Easter.
Every year donations are accepted at Jellybeanville for the Domestic Violence and Advocacy Center. In the past years he has raised around $4,000 for the center.