In the spirit of Halloween, Pest Management Systems, Inc. passed out candy, participated in games, and joined in on the fun at Summerfield Farms’ annual “Tractor & Treat” event.
On October 24, the gates opened at 4:30 p.m., giving families plenty of time to settle in for the festive fall holiday celebration! Greensboro-area children and their families enjoyed a full evening of fun that included:
- Food trucks
- Halloween games
- Shopping at The Market at Summerfield Farms
Just as the sun started to set, the costume contest began! Participants were judged by local meteorologist, Tim Buckley, Summerfield Fire Chief, Chris Johnson, and country music singer, Stephanie Quayle.
In addition to spooky costumes and sweet treats, funds and food donations were raised for Backpack Beginnings, Guilford County’s non-profit that feeds, clothes, and comforts children in need. PMi is a friend of Backpack Beginnings and proud supporter of the great things done by our Greensboro-area neighbors!
To learn more about Backpack Beginnings and make a donation, visit: backpackbeginnings.org
To learn more about “Tractor & Treat” and other events at Summerfield Farms, visit our “Tractor & Treat” Facebook event page.