Eliada: Helping Children Succeed
From the time Dr. Lucius B. Compton founded Eliada Homes, Inc. in 1903, the nonprofit community support agency continues to work toward creating healthy futures for abused, dependent, and neglected children and their families through foster care, therapy, and range of other programs. One of those programs begins each autumn, when the agency sets up its corn maze through 12 acres of tall cornstalks and challenges visitors to decipher its intricate passageways without help of any helicopter reconnaissance support. When not working through the facility’s three mazes, participants can also enjoy less mentally taxing attractions such as a giant sandbox filled with corn kernels, a storybook trail, and hayrides in the pumpkin wagon. All proceeds from admission directly benefit needy children and families in the community.
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