This 1968 home movie shows the Poel family celebrating Easter at their El Lago home. After dying eggs, the children grab their baskets and go on an Easter egg hunt around the house. Later, the Poels attend a pool party with their friends and neighbors. Among the guests are the Armstrong family—Neil, Janet, and most likely their children Eric and Mark—who lived next door to the Poels. Several NASA astronauts as well as employees lived in El Lago because of its proximity to the Manned Spacecraft Center (now known as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center). Television and other news media swarmed the Houston-area suburb during manned space missions to talk with the astronauts’ families, prompting the El Lago City Council to consider charging mobile news units a $750 fee to enter the neighborhood and another $500 for the first 72 hours. Jerry Poel worked as a NASA engineer.