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8th annual A-Maze-ing Corn Maze
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Date/Time
Saturday, August 31st 2013
All Day

Location
Auburn United Methodist Church

The Auburn United Methodist Church would like to invite the surrounding communities to their 8th annual A-Maze-ing Corn Maze located at the site of the new Auburn United Methodist Church building on the Route 4 curve in Auburn. This corn maze is cut out of our 4 acre field adjacent to the church.
 
The maze will be open from 11 am to 6 pm on Saturdays, and 12 noon to 6 pm on Sundays each of these weekends and will be open from 10-2 on Monday, Columbus Day.
 
Admission to the maze is $5 per person (children 5 and under are free with an adult) – with free on-site parking. Special Group (birthday parties, school groups, girl/boy scout groups, etc.) Tour Packages available with reservations by calling Donna Goodroe at 1-217-438-6767.
 
For more information on how to find us, check out our church web-site at: www.auburn-umc.org or by e-mailing us at: auburnunitedmethodist @gmail.com. Available for download at the web-site will be the A-Maze-ing Corn Maze Church Youth Group (Oct. 13) special event flyer. If you do not have internet access, you may call Gay Marques @ 217-438-3553 for details.
 

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