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Fall festivities kick off despite pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic couldn't stop people from coming out and enoying pumpkin picking, hayrack riding, and corn mazes in Quincy on Sunday

At least that's what Mill Creek Farm owner Theresa Roegge said as they kicked off the fall season this weekend.

She said while this year's pumpkin crop wasn't what they had hoped, the pandemic hasn't taken too much of a toll on them and it hasn't stopped families from coming out to have fun with fall festivities.

"For the most part families are staying together and really just enjoying their day," Roegge said.

She said they're open noon to 5:00 p.m. on the weekends until November 1st for pumpkin picking, hayrack rides and the corn maze.

She said they also have an honesty-pay box inside during the week for those that stop by when no one is there.

Charity Bell

Multimedia Journalist at WGEM

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