WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Ghosts and goblins will be taking the streets on Thursday in search of candy and one of the main things lighting their way will be pumpkins.
One Purdue club did its part Tuesday to make sure those pumpkins get out to the community.
The Purdue Horticultural Society sold pumpkins for $5 to raise money for the club.
This is the first time the club sold pumpkins.
Horticultural Society Vice President Audra Franz said they are hoping to raise a couple hundred dollars.
"Last year, we were going to but we got rained out," Franz said. "We're giving it a try again this year to see if it's a good fundraiser to continue in future years or not."
The Horticultural Society also offered an opportunity to carve or paint them for an extra cost.
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