LOGANSPORT, Ind. (WLFI) - Pumpkins were full-speed ahead on Saturday in Logansport for the first-ever Pumpkin Run to support autism.
Saturday's event was sponsored by the Autism Society of Indiana.
The teams rolled decorated pumpkins down Jefferson Hill.
All the proceeds will go to help those with autism here in Indiana.
Organizers said although Autism Awareness Month isn't until April, they couldn't wait to get a new tradition started in the fall.
A bake sale and merchandise sale was also held to benefit those with autism here locally.
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