Fall brings with it cooler weather and plenty of traditions. Opening up a pumpkin patch to benefit a good cause has been a tradition for North Decatur United Methodist Church, 1523 Church Street, for the past 15 years.

This year, all proceeds are going to benefit DeKalb-based non-profit New American Pathways to help support a refugee family. 

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