Local law firm giving 200 pumpkins, treats away

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December 25 2021 12:00 am

We’re just in time for pumpkin picking season… one local law firm has just given 200 pumpkins away that you could’ve taken a pick at.

It’s Gold, Khourey & Turak‘s first-ever pumpkin giveaway that may just be their first annual event of many.

As many as 200 locals are all stocked up for the pumpkin picking season.

“Extremely excited for the pumpkin picking season.”

Christian Turak, partner at Gold, Khourey & Turak

It’s the first-ever Great Pumpkin Giveaway that the Gold, Khourey & Turak’s law firm is behind.

“It’s been a really exciting time for our family here, and we wanted to share that excitement with the community.”

Christian Turak, partner at Gold, Khourey & Turak

All 200 pumpkins of all shapes and sizes is what your kids had a pick of. A lot they’re giving away, but it didn’t take long for this to pick up.

“Typically West Virginia… you set a time and people show up early. They want to get a good start on things.”

Christian Turak, partner at Gold, Khourey & Turak

Turak says about 100 people picked theirs out an hour before the giveaway was supposed to kick off.

“We were excited to come down and pick our pumpkins out while we can be outside and still be around people.”

Kristen Loy, participant

But families could pick only one pumpkin out per kid. Even kids get their own bag of treats.

Just a little giveaway Gold, Khourey & Turak’s says is all for the kids.

“We wanted to do something fun for the community, invite everyone out, and do something nice for the kids who have been suck in the house a lot, recently.”

Christian Turak, partner at Gold, Khourey & Turak

And they’re going until there’s not one left.

“Until the pumpkins go. I’ll be here until the pumpkins go.”

Christian Turak, partner at Gold, Khourey & Turak

Just make sure you get your pumpkins this year.

“Do whatever it takes. By hook or by crook, get yourself a pumpkin.”

Christian Turak, partner at Gold, Khourey & Turak

But choose wisely.

“The biggest tip is don’t get the biggest one if you can’t carry it back. Make sure you can get one you can carry it back yourself.”

Christian Turak, partner at Gold, Khourey & Turak

Marshall County health officials have all approved this event. All organizers wore masks and gloves and they even had painted things to encourage social distancing.

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