At Tuttle’s, visually impaired children get a hands-on lesson about gourds


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GREENFIELD — It’s the time of year when schoolchildren from throughout central Indiana trek to Hancock County’s Tuttle Orchards for field trips whose highlight is a trip to the eight-acre pumpkin patch. On Tuesday, students from the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired experienced the pumpkin patch in another dimension, learning by touch about something they couldn’t see.

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