Lubbock Orthodontist Gives Cash For Candy - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/1/04

Lubbock Orthodontist Gives Cash For Candy

Chocolate, licorice or lollipops, it all translates into cash.

A local orthodontist is helping Lubbock children make big bucks off their Halloween candy. Kids cashed in their candy at Wentz Orthodontics Monday afternoon, at $1 a pound.

Fifty kids took home more than $100 and toothbrushes while Wentz collected more than 100 pounds of candy. The candy will be donated to the South Plains Food Bank.

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