The 11th annual Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival, featuring the display of 10,000 lit jack-o-lanterns, took place Saturday at the L.L. Bean campus in Freeport. The goal was to raise $100,000, enough to sponsor a week at the Casco camp for 50 or more families with children who have life-threatening illnesses.
Rachael Duda, left, and Amanda Barba, students at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, were among the volunteer carvers Saturday afternoon at the Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival in Freeport.
A parade of ghouls, ghosts and other scary beings parade around the L.L. Bean campus in Freeport on Saturday during the Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival.
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