We had a wonderful day on our Farm for our yearly Fall Festival. Thank you to all our volunteers who helped make the day a huge success. Our friends Russ and his crew from US Cellular spent the day on the Farm back in August working on our pond in the chicken yard. Our friends Mike and his crew from Midtronics spent the day with us repainting all of our buildings. Thank you to our friends at Lake County Farm Heritage Association for bringing your barrel train tractor and for driving our tractor for the hay ride! Patch 22 brought their ponies out and spent the afternoon giving pony rides. Thank you to our entertainers for the day, Sarah Baldridge and Peter Brush, we had wonderful music throughout our event. Thank you to Sarah’s family for their volunteering for face painting and kid’s games. Thank you to George Foster for volunteering your time taking photos and videos throughout the day. Thank you to all of our volunteers who donated raffle items and baked for our bake sale. thank you to all our guests who came and spent the day with us and of course to our board members for all their hard work. We look forward to seeing you all again!
2022 Fall Festival on the Freedom Farm,
Please join us on the Farm for an afternoon of family, fun, and to see what the Farm has to offer. This is a free event, open to all families. We are happy to welcome back Lake County Farm Heritage who will be offering barrel train tractor rides. We will have kids games, food, hayrides and so much more! Music will be provided by Sarah with Patriot Entertainment.
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Memorial Brick Program
Our Memorial Brick Program is active. If you are interested in ordering a brick that will be placed around our Memorial Rose Garden in honor of a loved one who served, please visit the website below, $50 minimum donation. Please note that bricks are produced and shipped in quantities of 5 so it may not be immediate. It may take some time for them to be approved, produced and shipped out to us, as always please reach out with any questions.
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