Clayburn Dental holds Halloween candy buy-back program

Kids are invited to trade in their candy on Sunday, Nov. 1

Clayburn Dental holds its fourth annual Halloween candy buy-back program on Sunday, Nov. 1.

The office will offer trick-or-treaters $2 per pound, up to $20, for their Halloween candy, to promote good oral health.

Over the previous three years, the clinic has purchased more than 500 pounds of candy.

“It’s a lot of fun for us, and the children love it,” said Stephen Wall, marketing director. “You would think they wouldn’t want to part with their candy, but a lot of them love the money more.”

This year, Clayburn Dental hopes to collect more than 300 pounds of candy, which will be sent to Canadian troops serving overseas.

The office is located at 3033 Immel St. Candy can be dropped off from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


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