By Jean Ann Miller

Excerpt: “One of the top selling items of the day were pink pumpkins that Apel-Sasse raised on her farm.

‘They are called porcelain doll pumpkins that have a pink tinged skin and are bright orange on the inside. We bought the seeds in Michigan and thought all of them turned out quite nicely,’ said Apel-Sasse.

She said a portion of the funds of the pink pumpkins will go to the Pink Pumpkin Foundation, an organization whose goal is to provide for research of breast cancer. ”

Read the whole article at the Lincoln Courier website: Gail’s Pumpkin Patch goes pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness

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