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Pumpkin Patch Opens at First United Methodist North Little Rock

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NORTH LITTLE ROCK -  If you're looking for a great pumpkin patch to take the kids to this October, consider the one at First United Methodist Church.

6701 JFK Blvd, North Little Rock.

The Pumpkin Patch will remain open from Monday-Sunday until Oct. 31. The patch is open from 10 a.m. until dark on Monday through Saturday; and from noon until dark on Sunday.

Proceeds from the Pumpkin Patch support the youth ministry at the church, which includes 6th-12th graders from North Little Rock, Sherwood and the surrounding area.

Past pumpkin patches have gone to provide ministry opportunities for young people such as mission trips, spiritual retreats, local missions and participation in district and statewide United Methodist events.

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