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Campbell Realtors host 8th Annual Pumpkin Patch for kids

by: HB News staff writer
Posted: October 15, 2018

 

 

That a lot of pumpkin pies or Jack-O-Lanterns

HUNTINGTON BEACH...Rain drops keep falling on my head may have been the thoughts of the few parents and children that came to the start of this year's festival. In years past a line would have formed to get into the parking area of the realtors, but the cloudy and rainy weather kept many away until later in the day.

Teri Miles and Tracy Heffelman at the entrance to the festival

 

The people from Campbell Realty on Pacific Coast Highway at 18th Street turned the front of their office parking area into a Halloween pumpkin patch with 1,700 or more of the bright orange Halloween icons last Saturday morning, October 13th.

The light rain didn't keep some youngsters from playing carnival games, having their face painted or have a hot dog to munch on and at the end taking home a free pumpkin of their choice.

Once inside the parking lot area children searched the pumpkin patch for just the right pumpkin to take home to carve into a funny or a scary face. The lot was fenced off so children couldn't run into the street with their pumpkin, that is if they could lift one.

One of the booths that was setup in the lot was from the Huntington Beach Police and Community Foundation and the funds collected Saturday will go to benefit that fine organization.

 

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