Pumpkin sales raise money for childhood cancer - WKRN News 2

Pumpkin sales raise money for childhood cancer

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FRANKLIN, Tenn. -

Volunteers helped unload pumpkins at The Cooper Trooper Foundation's pumpkin patch on Sunday morning.

The non-profit organization is hosting the pumpkin patch to raise money for childhood cancer.

The pumpkin patch is located at the corner of Mallory and Cool Springs Boulevard in Franklin until October 31.

The Cooper Trooper Foundation began in 2009. The foundation has raised thousands of dollars to help the fight against childhood cancer.

Click here for more information on The Cooper Trooper Foundation.

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