Kinders visit Pumpkin Patch

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Edi Craft, Managing Editor

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The smell of pumpkin pie is in the air and first and 5k are ready to share. The first graders and the 5k is had fun at the pumpkin patch and had plenty of stories to tell.

Kindergartner Bowen, 5, was very happy with the pumpkin patch.

When asked what his favorite thing to do at the pumpkin patch was he said, “The bouncy pillow was may favorite, I got to bounce with my friends. It is humongous and rainbow.”

“I got the biggest pumpkin in the whole patch. I have not carved it yet but i’m gonna make it into a grandpa with a mustache,” he added. 

Bowen and his family are going to spend Thanksgiving and with his parents, brother, and grandparent in the mountains.

“I’m not sure if my cousins are coming but if they do I will play with them and my big brother,” said Bowen. 

Jolene was also very happy about the pumpkin patch.

“I love going on the bouncy pillow and playing with all my friends,”  said Jolene.

There where so many pumpkins there and they were all different colors but Jolene got a medium size pumpkin that was orange.

She does not want to carve her pumpkin just keep it the same.

“I’m gonna get to see my mommy and daddy and grandma and grandpa. I love see all them and play with my cousins. I just like being with my family,” she said.

She is excited for turkey and cake and can not wait to be home for a whole week.  

Lucy, like everyone else, loved the bouncy pillow.

The bouncy pillow was huge and had so many colors on it.

She got to jump with her sister and all her friends.

She also liked the swings and had fun picking out her pumpkin.

Lucy enjoys being with her family and playing with her sissy.

“My favorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is turkey and I love eating all my Halloween candy,” said Lucy.

Bentley is in first grade and loved going to the pumpkin patch.

“It’s fun to take trip away from school,” said Bentley.

His favorite part of the whole pumpkin patch was the big slides.

He got at small green pumpkin that he plans on making into a grandpa face.

“Turkey is the best thing to eat at thanksgiving,” he said.

Bentley will be missing his great grandmother this Thanksgiving but is still excited about seeing the rest of his family.

He cannot wait to play with his three cousins Branden, Jace, and his seven month year old baby cousin Miles.

Garrett loved everything at the pumpkin patch.

“They had a giant side, a big balloon to jump on, wood houses to play in, and ropes hanging from the tree that you could swing from,” said Garrett.

He got a small pumpkin and wants to make it into a jack-o-lantern.

Garrett said, “My grandmother makes really yummy meatloaf that I love to eat.”

Over all the K5 and first grade had a wonderful time at the pumpkin patch and cannot wait for Thanksgiving.

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Edi Craft, Managing Editor

Edi Craft is a sophomore at Canton Academy. She is the Managing Editor and News Editor for The Panther Post. She loves makeup, sports, and being with...

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