Corn Maze Pays Tribute To Wildcats National Championship

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Updated: 8/18/2012 12:08 am
John Calipari posted aerial photos on his Facebook page Friday showing this year's edition of the annual Kelley Farms corn maze in Fayette County.

This year's design shows a Kentucky player flying in for a slam dunk with a UK logo off to the side.

Last year the maze was a likeness of Calipari. 

Past designs have included Daniel Boone, Abraham Lincoln, Henry Clay and an equestrian competitor.

In addition to the Giant Corn Maze, visitors of all ages can enjoy hayrides, pumpkin picking, games and other outdoor activities at Kelley Farms.

The farm will be open to visitors every Wednesday through Saturday, September 14 through the last weekend in October, weather permitting.

For more information and updates from Kelley Farms, visit www.Facebook.com/LexingtonCornMaze and follow them on Twitter@GiantCornMaze.


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