As the City of Aragon wrapped up their first ever Yard Sale to help fund the Summer Feeding program for local youth, they have another pair of fall events coming up to help raise more money.
The first ever Aragon Pumpkin Patch household and holiday crafts ahead of Halloween at the end of the month, and most importantly boiled corn.
A bounce house will be available along with face painting and carnival swings for youth, and there will also be a Cake Walk during the event.
Concession sales will go in part to help fund the Summer Feeding program at the Aragon Community Center, which seeks to expand their annual summertime offerings for youth and families who struggle to have a full day of meals during months when school is out.
Those interested in taking part in the Cake Walk can visit the city’s Facebook page and signup under the event titled “Aragon’s 1st Annual Pumpkin Fest,” or call Jessica Ozment at 770-896-1165.
Booths are still available for $10, and are available through Ozment or at 678-676-5538.
Other contests and prizes will be available as well.
The city is also planning a first ever Chili Cook Off on Nov. 4. Entry fees for contestants are $10, and those interested can contact Ozment as well for the upcoming event being held at Tom Pittman Field.