Giant Pumpkins Everywhere

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Just in time for Fall, giant pumpkins are back at many local businesses in Graham County. Plan to stop by these various businesses and make your guess as to the weight of each pumpkin to win cool prizes. Pumpkins may be viewed at the following locations:

The Graham Star

United Community Bank

First Citizens Bank

Ford’s Auto Parts

Farm Bureau Insurance

N.C. Cooperative Extension of Graham County

Finally, the giant pumpkin weigh-off, which will determine the largest pumpkin grown in the county will be held Saturday, October 7 at 11:00 a.m. at the Graham County Farmer’s Market. Please make plans to stop by and support the market as well as view some really cool pumpkins.

Volunteers stand beside a group of giant pumpkins that will be delivered to various businessesPrize money for the county-wide weigh-off was provided by Phillips 76 and  N.C. Cooperative Extension of Graham County.