THURMONT, Md. - A Maryland farm has found a special way to show their state pride-- and support for Gov. Larry Hogan in his fight with cancer. Lawyer's Farm in Thurmont, Md. is paying tribute in a corn maze.
On Facebook, they posted an aerial photo of the maze, calling it "Maryland Pride." The post has been shared more than 1,700 times.
The farm also says they'll donate proceeds from their annual fundraising day this year to the American Cancer Society. That event happens on November 1 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The maze will open to the public on September 19. For more info, click here for a link to the farm's website.
On Tuesday, Hogan said he's fighting his battle with non-Hodgkins lymphoma and winning. He tweeted that 95 percent of his cancer is gone. Hogan was diagnosed earlier this year.
Hogan shared the photo of the corn maze on his own page Tuesday, writing, "Wow!! That is amazing! The design of Lawyer's Farm's 2015 Corn Maze is called "Maryland Pride" and I am so touched by the tribute and impressed by the artistry! #MDPride #HoganStrong"