Some are big, some are lumpy, but there's one grown for everyone!
People got to pick their perfect pumpkin today at Boise Fire Station 10 to benefit a good cause. Today was the 11th annual Boise Fire Department Pumpkin Patch, complete with a corn maze.
The event was free, but donations encouraged to help support Station 10's Community Assistance Fund. The fund helps in different ways around the community, including help support a toy drive the firefighters organize to give sick kids at St. Luke's presents this holiday season.
Every fall, the community donates pumpkins for the pumpkin patch in the back lot of the station on w. McMillan Road.
If you want to get a pumpkin, it's not too late! The patch will be open until 5:00 p.m. Saturday.
— Jessica Taylor (@jessicataylor_3) October 6, 2018