The cars began to arrive at the Y Worry Farm before 11 a.m. The continued stream of cars, SUVs and pick-up trucks continued all day as Mark Scible said it was the most successful event yet. The beautiful autumn day cast a ray of sunshine over all of the events on the farm as children played in the corn maze and happy families carried away wagons of pumpkins for Halloween.
The band, Big Money, played all day and the Department of Agriculture and Farm Bureau supplied information as children enjoyed pony rides and sheep herding. The event that was originally scheduled for October 13th, was successfully carried out on Sunday without a hitch.
Every parking space as taken near the close of the day and concession stands provided an array of food, popcorn, drinks, and cider. Family patriarch, Jack Scible, watched all of the activity on the farm and smiled.
As the photographs in this article clearly show, the Y Worry Farm was just the place to be after a month of uncertainty and turmoil in the nation.
There are plenty of pumpkins to go around. The Y Worry Farm will continue to provide customer service in the Y Worry Farm Pumpkin Patch until Halloween.