Creep it real: Local farm keeps spooktacular tradition alive

From left to right: Jean LeClair, Gary LeClair, Piper LeClair, Liam LeClair, Tim LeClair, Rebecca Bailey, and Jamie Winny. In this photo taken on Friday, Oct. 30, 2020, participants marked the fourth year in a row that LeClair Acres Farm, owned and operated by Gary and Jean LeClair, in conjunction with Twin Hill Farm, owned and operated by Tim and Cory LeClair, and their children, Liam (8) and Piper (6), have donated pumpkins grown on their farm to the students of Maple Avenue Elementary School. Using a tractor named Creepy, Tim and Gary delivered the pumpkin wagon to the school for students to pick their own to take home. Each child was offered a pumpkin, including those students participating in school remotely.

Creep it real: Local farm keeps spooktacular tradition alive

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