Boone Hall Plantation calling on breast cancer survivors

  • Friday, September 27, 2013

Boone Hall Plantation is looking for breast cancer survivors, their family members, friends and supporters to take part in a ribbon-cutting and press preview flyover for an event on Monday, Sept. 30. PHOTO PROVIDED

Boone Hall Plantation is looking for breast cancer survivors, their family members, friends and supporters to take part in a ribbon-cutting and press preview flyover for an event on Monday, Sept. 30. The plan is to fill the ribbon portion of the maze with people wearing pink T-shirts and gloves that will make a spectacular visual for the press preview flyover for media covering the maze. We are asking these participants to arrive at the Boone Hall pumpkin patch area between 1:30 and 2 p.m.

Upon arrival, participants will check in at the big tent in the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch. The corn maze is located right behind the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch.

Free pink T-shirts and pink gloves will be provided to each person participating in this event. Refreshments will also be provided.

The entrance to the pumpkin patch is 1/2 mile north of Long Point Road on Highway 17. Do not go to the main gate entrance to Booke Hall Plantation.

Win a helicopter ride

Attending participants will be entered to win a helicopter ride over the Race For The Cure Corn Maze At Boone Hall Plantation as well as a gift basket including lunch at Boone Hall Farms and other goodies from the Komen Lowcountry Affiliate. There will be a drawing from the names of participants at the event to pick the winner. Must be present to win. Attendance can be confirmed by going to the Boone Hall Plantation Facebook page and joining the event page that has been setup or by calling the Boone Hall office at 843-884-4371 and letting them know you plant to attend.

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