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10/31/05

Halloween Candy Buyback

Don't forget. Your kids can make some money off their trick or treat candy they bring home. Wentz Orthodontics is again sponsoring the great candy buy-back. Tuesday from 4pm to 6pm, kids can take their Halloween candy to Wentz Orthodontics at 4013 84th street and Dr. Wentz and Dr. Reeves will buy back all those sweet treats for one dollar per pound.

All of the candy will be turned over to the South Plains Food Bank to decorate Thanksgiving baskets.

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