This year’s corn maze design has a touching purpose. Ben Cagle, owner of the farm explains, “Back in the Spring our oldest son had a simple outpatient surgery at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA). Needless to say we were all nervous but CHOA did an awesome job! We were truly blown away at how nice and caring all of the staff were. As we headed home, counting our blessings, we felt like we needed to give something back to the hospital for taking such good care of our precious son. That’s when we decided we have a cornfield and a lot fantastic customers that enjoy walking through it every year — so why not partner up with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for our 2015 corn maze?”
A bird’s eye view of this year’s corn maze features the CHOA 100th Anniversary logo. And as party of giving back to the wonderful organization, Ben would like to add, “A quarter of every maze ticket sold will be donated to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. We feel very fortunate to have such great healthcare available to our children in the Atlanta area.”
“Children’s is proud to be a part of the long standing tradition, Cagle’s Family Farm corn maze as we celebrate our 100th Anniversary. Everyone is so excited to see our logo in corn and to benefit our amazing hospitals, Egleston, Hughes Spalding and Scottish Rite. We are so thankful to our community partners who support us and allow us to treat all kids because every child deserves Children’s.” explains Melisa Morrow, Development Office for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation.
“We look forward to seeing familiar faces and families who make it an annual tradition to visit the farm, but lots of new faces too!” shares Ben. “It makes it all worth it to see families having fun together!” concludes Vicki Cagle, co-owner of the farm.