Volunteers working around the clock to finish Pumpkin House
When the going gets tough, Ric Griffith gets carving. Well, he gets carving once the display areas for the more than 1,000 jack-o'-lanterns that will adorn his property along Beech Street in Kenova are completed and the miles of wiring for the necessary lighting of those jack-o'-lanterns is sorted out.
In the meantime, Griffith is relying on the help of volunteers, who aren't afraid to handle a jigsaw to carve the pumpkins in time for his goal completion date of Saturday, Oct. 27, which coincides with the third annual C-K Autumnfest.
Volunteers are welcome at any hour at Griffith's house, no appointments are necessary, and equipment is provided.
For more information about the Pumpkin House, visit "PumpkinHouseGriffith" page on Facebook, and for more information about C-K Autumnfest, visit www.ckautumnfest.com.
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