Head Start classes visit Guyette Farm

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Streetsboro Head Start classes recently visited Guyette Farms in Mantua. Children roamed through a corn maze, climbed on a hay bale maze, played in the clubhouse, and went down the tunnel slide, which landed them in a box of corn kernels. There was also a large box with corn kernels for a great sensory experience for children to dig, pour, and roll around in corn, like Head Start Student Carlito Lawrence and Hudson High School Student Alex Albright. Children were able to visit, pet, and feed farm animals -- a cow, two calves, a miniature pony, a miniature donkey, two sheep, and two goats. Everyone was treated to a hayride by farmer Larry Guyette, and the children were able to pick a pumpkin from his pumpkin patch. For more information about Head Start, to enroll a child, donate goods or services, or volunteer, call Valerie Fiala, outreach coordinator, at 330-297-7795.

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