A class in agriculture will soon be a lesson in fright in the Albion Community this weekend. These Northwestern Elementary school kids, with a little help from high school students, are carving dozens of pumpkins this week.
The pumpkins will be used to convert the high school's cross country path into a pumpkin walk this weekend. For the teachers, it's a chance to teach valuable lessons to the kids in a way they may not get to experience otherwise.
Northwestern Teacher,k Anthony Honeycutt, tells us, "A lot of these kids, this is the only time they get to carve pumpkins and... I ask my kids... if they ever carved a pumpkin and most of them say, 'yeah, we carve them at school every year.'"
The Pumpkin Walk will be open both Friday and Saturday nights from 5 until 9 on the grounds of Northwestern High School. The cost is $2, kids under five are free!
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