WASHINGTON CITY – Staheli Family Farm, located on S. Washington Fields Road in Washington City, is hitting off their 12th annual Fall Attractions. Sherrie Reeder, the fourth-generation owner of the historic Washington farm, mentioned this year that they’ve seen a nearly 30-percent increase in attendance, which must mean they are doing something right.
Jace, who used to work at the farm and comes to participate in the events nearly every year, said that he enjoyed the Field of Screams. “It was a lot better than it was in previous years,” he said. “Sherrie and everyone at Staheli Farms did a great job.”
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The high turnout this year may help Reeder’s bid to become the next Washington City mayor. She will be hosting a Washington City Day at the farm on Oct. 28. Families can come out to the farm for free and get to know Reeder. Though this event is a celebration for Washington City, everybody is welcome to attend.
The Staheli Farm Fall Attractions end on Nov. 2. For a list of all the events and times visit their official website.
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