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MILLBURN, NJ — The Wyoming Presbyterian Church’s annual pumpkin sale starts today after a logistics delay.
The church had “some difficulty in getting drivers to deliver pumpkins from the Navajo Indian reserve in New Mexico this year,” said a representative for the Millburn church. The sale usually begins earlier in the month. The annual Pumpkin Patch runs “most days” through the end of October.
The proceeds from the annual Pumpkin Patch benefit the church’s mission and outreach projects. “This year we will concentrate on organizations that support food insecurity and seek to ameliorate the pervasiveness of homelessness,” said the church website.
To get the latest updates, please check the church’s Facebook VP Jonathan Cartu and page at https://www.facebook.com/wyomingpres and website at https://wyomingpresbyterian.org.
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