Hilton Head Island Early Childhood Center student Justin Finn, 5, picks out the biggest  pumpkin he can find while on a field trip to The Great Pumpkin Patch at Holiday Farms north of Ridgeland on Friday. Four classes from the school went out to the farm for a hay ride, pick their own pumpkins, play games and pet farm animals.
Hilton Head Island Early Childhood Center student Justin Finn, 5, picks out the biggest pumpkin he can find while on a field trip to The Great Pumpkin Patch at Holiday Farms north of Ridgeland on Friday. Four classes from the school went out to the farm for a hay ride, pick their own pumpkins, play games and pet farm animals. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Hilton Head Island Early Childhood Center student Justin Finn, 5, picks out the biggest pumpkin he can find while on a field trip to The Great Pumpkin Patch at Holiday Farms north of Ridgeland on Friday. Four classes from the school went out to the farm for a hay ride, pick their own pumpkins, play games and pet farm animals. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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October 16, 2009 07:24 PM

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