Corn Maze Raising Money for Breast Cancer
If you're looking for a good scare, while helping raise money for a good cause, you may want to try the massive corn maze in union Gap.
The ten acre maze opens up to the public this month, and brings in up to 15,000 people a year.
Tomorrow is breast cancer awareness day at the maze and proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research and North Star Lodge.
Organizers say they will also be selling pink pumpkins in honor of breast cancer awareness month.
"We've tried over the last eight years to not only give entertainment to the valley, but also give back wherever we can," said maze owner Lewis Gress, "We do a lot of sponsoring with schools, and pumpkins, and reduced admissions. We just help do what we can to make things better for people and give them fun."
The maze is also sponsoring a zombie walk in Downtown Yakima, proceeds from that walk will go to Second Harvest.