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KIDS RAISE FUNDS FOR PUMPKIN PATCH REPAIRS

Nolan & Thrasher elementary school students have pitched into help save the Pumpkin Patch Playground.  Student councils from both schools launched a combined coin drive in March to raise money to repair and renovate the Patch.    More...


​​​The Pumpkin Patch Playground

Our Community.  our park.  our memories.

Hello friends of the Pumpkin Patch Playground.  There are many people who love the Pumpkin Patch and want its charm to last for many more generations.  A fundraising committee has been put together to help regrow the playground.  Our goal is not to create a completely new park but to improve the long time favorites, add a few new attractions and repair the parts that the environment has not been kind to. As progress is made we will post articles, pictures and plans here for the community to see.  This park is a special place for so many people that we want you all to stay in the loop.  


​Help us regrow the Pumpkin Patch.  

REGROW THE PUMPKIN PATCH CAMPAIGN BEGINS

The Regrow the Pumpkin Patch fundraising campaign is officially underway.  Members of the community who have fallen in love with the playground over the past 20 years will have the opportunity to leave their legacy by purchasing a brick to be placed on the site when reconstruction begin.   More...


PLANS UNDERWAY TO REHAB THE PUMPKIN PATCH 

It's no secret that after 18 years of use, the Pumpkin Patch Playground is in need of repair.  When the Patch was built in 1997, Dr. Jane Jones, mother and pediatrician at Signal Mountain Pediatrics (SMP)...  More...


Fundraising campaign for pumpkin patch is underway

The push to get the Pumpkin Patch back on track is gaining momentum with creative ways for Signal Mountain families to give and leave a lasting legacy for this generation.

"This is such a fabulous place to play. There are things that need to be done, and you hate to see good things deteriorate.  The community comes out and plays here, they get to see all their friends; the moms get to see all their friends, which is just as important," says volunteer Kate Harwood.    More...