Donate Your Leftover Candy To US Troops Overseas

Consider how many calories are in your Halloween candy

Consider how many calories are in your Halloween candy

A great use of that Halloween candy is to remind our troops that they're not forgotten!

Trick-or-treaters can bring their unwrapped Halloween candy to Frankel Dentistry's Talmadge Road and Keystone Drive locations from November 1 to November 7 to make some cash and help the men and women overseas have a happy Halloween.

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. The goodies are then sent overseas to the troops.

To prevent extended exposure, Kool Smiles is allowing children to exchange their candy for a toy at its office on 2706 Ryan St. through Saturday.

Thomas Dudney is collecting candy to send to our troops as part of the Operation Gratitude Halloween GIVE-Back Program.

Doctors at CDC are offering $1 per pound of candy brought to the clinic-they will match that $1 with another dollar and donate the money to a local charity.

The goodies will be shipped to Operation Gratitude for inclusion in care packages to US service members deployed overseas and to first responders serving here at home.

Surf City Dental is holding its seventh annual candy buy-back event.

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