Donate Your Leftover Candy To US Troops Overseas

Nov 02, 2017, 00:27
Donate Your Leftover Candy To US Troops Overseas

You can donate candy at his office on November 1-2 from 8 4 p.m.

At Kool Smiles, "Operation Troop Treats" is underway, encouraging kids to donate their candy to then be given to USA troops.

Kathy Ancell, area leader for Kool Smiles of Lubbock, said since the operation began, they have been able to raise more than 12,000 pounds in sweet surprises to send overseas.

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Dr. Jeff Ward Pediatric Dentistry, located at 3089 Mission Blvd., Fayetteville, AR 72703, will be buying candy November 1 and 2 from 8:30 AM to noon and 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Now that Halloween is behind us, some parents may wonder what they should do with their kids leftover candy.

Any child that brings at least 25 pieces of candy will get a toy. The candy will also be sent to troops through Operation Gratitude.

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Several organizations have agreed to accept excess Halloween candy from kids to share with troops and veterans. "Kids don't really need ten pounds of candy so it's nice to get that out of their hands", Harper said, "As you know, candy causes cavities, it contributes to childhood obesity, and the program really gives everybody an opportunity to show the troops how much we appreciate them".

18th Annual Halloween Candy Buy Back is being held again this year to support local charity.

Kool Smiles will accept candy during normal business hours, Monday through Friday from 9 6 p.m.

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