Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Pumpkin Patch for Missions invites livestock owners to take leftover pumpkins


Pumpkin Patch for Missions is closed after a very successful season. They are tearing things down and have a lot of pumpkins left over. Part of their mission each year is to give their remaining pumpkins to people who can use them.  

Pumpkins are good de-wormers for livestock. They have had a number of farmers and livestock owners come to the patch  to gather what they can use for their livestock. 

They still have a good amount of pumpkins left so invite livestock owners to come and take what they can use for their animals.  This is FREE of charge and persons can feel free to come at their earliest convenience without making arrangements with the church.   

Location:  First United Methodist Church, 138000 East 106th Street North, Owasso, OK 74055.


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