Art Teacher Carves Pumpkin Shaped Jeep

You know what we like better than Halloween? Halloween pumpkins carved to look like a Jeep! Benefiting Meal on Wheels, Salem County’s 19th Giant Pumpkin Carve had more than 60 different pumpkins carved up for the fall season holiday contest. Held at Salem County Fairgrounds, there are different classes, and the top one is for the pumpkin carving “professionals”. One such pro was Bunker Hill Middle School art teacher, Mrs. Bethany Franz. Working around 4 hours, she was ready for the competition (her fourth year in the contest). But she didn’t carve just any old Halloween traditional face. She went for the one thing everyone loves - the Jeep! Complete with wheels, seven-slat grille, and the all famous Jeep logo. This is one art teacher who knows her 4x4s. It looks like a winner to us! Say, are those Rugged Ridge Flat Style Fender Flairs on that pumpkin maybe some Baja Designs lighting?