The Marengo 13-year-old started the gig in 2021.
"This is my second year I did it and I feel like I did a lot better this year than last year," Myers said.
He said a lot of his friends do not know he works part-time as an Easter Bunny, but that it's rewarding work.
"It feels pretty good, because I've always been pretty good with kids, and it's nice to see the smiles on all the kids faces," he said.
Myers said the biggest challenge is the limited field of view inside the costume.