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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cookson Elementary School held its annual pumpkin sale Tuesday afternoon in Troy. Students and parents were able to pick up their pumpkins as school released for the day. According to Cookson PTO Vice President Karen Setser, approximately 600 pumpkins were brought in from Stoltz Fruit Farm in New Carlisle. The event has been going on for at least 12 years as a way to benefit the PTO there. “The kids love it,” she said.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Cookson Elementary School held its annual pumpkin sale Tuesday afternoon in Troy. Students and parents were able to pick up their pumpkins as school released for the day. According to Cookson PTO Vice President Karen Setser, approximately 600 pumpkins were brought in from Stoltz Fruit Farm in New Carlisle. The event has been going on for at least 12 years as a way to benefit the PTO there. “The kids love it,” she said.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cookson Elementary School held its annual pumpkin sale Tuesday afternoon in Troy. Students and parents were able to pick up their pumpkins as school released for the day. According to Cookson PTO Vice President Karen Setser, approximately 600 pumpkins were brought in from Stoltz Fruit Farm in New Carlisle. The event has been going on for at least 12 years as a way to benefit the PTO there. “The kids love it,” she said.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_161025aw_Cookson_sale_0431.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cookson Elementary School held its annual pumpkin sale Tuesday afternoon in Troy. Students and parents were able to pick up their pumpkins as school released for the day. According to Cookson PTO Vice President Karen Setser, approximately 600 pumpkins were brought in from Stoltz Fruit Farm in New Carlisle. The event has been going on for at least 12 years as a way to benefit the PTO there. “The kids love it,” she said.
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