Corn Maze Supports Camp for Kids with Special Needs

By: Garrett Wymer Email
By: Garrett Wymer Email

Augusta County-- A Valley non-profit group that runs a camp for kids with special needs is putting the final touches on a corn-y way for you to help them this fall.

The corn maze is just about finished at Creative Works Farm in Augusta County.

The 1.5 mile corn maze is set to open next week.

The maze is part of a bigger effort at the farm. The money raised from the maze goes to pay for kids to come to Camp Light, a camp designed for kids with special needs.

"We're just excited to have the kids here, and the families, and hopefully give them a great experience. And them also knowing they're helping a great cause," said Scott Balsley, founder of Creative Works Farm. "That's what we're excited about, is having people out, them supporting us, which supports the children who come to camp."

For more information about the corn maze, visit the Creative Works Farm website. You'll find the link under "Related Links" to the right.


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