A Maryland farm has constructed a massive corn maze outlining a portrait of Gov. Larry Hogan to benefit the American Cancer Society, WTOP reported.
Hogan revealed his cancer diagnosis June 22, and recently announced on Facebook that 95 percent of his stage III non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is gone.
The maze design includes other Maryland themes such as the shape of the state itself, Black-Eyed Susans, the Maryland flag, an Oriole and the hashtag #HoganStrong, which emerged on Twitter after the governor announced his diagnosis.
The maze, with more than seven miles of trails, opens Sept. 19, WTOP reported.
The farm will hold a donation day Nov. 1, when all proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Last year, the farm generated nearly $12,000 for the American Brain Tumor Association.