HAGERSTOWN -- Dozens of residents from the Tri-State area spent Sunday trying not to get lost in mazes of maize.
Clarence Horst said he recently built the Hagerstown Corn Maze on his family farm on Garden View Road not only so people could have fun, but to help local nonprofit organizations.
Horst said $2 of the $5 admission price for adults and $1 of the $3 admission price for children will be donated to 15 local nonprofit organizations.
"We're just trying to raise a little money," Horst said. "Everyone can use a little extra help in this economy."
About 100 people have navigated the three mazes in the Hagerstown Corn Maze since the venture opened to the public on Saturday, Horst said. The mazes will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Labor Day and on weekends until Oct. 31.