INDEPENDENCE, Ky. (WXIX) – A Northern Kentucky dentist is inviting youngsters to show their Halloween sweet into money whereas additionally serving to U.S. troops.
Jeff Peter at Peter Family Dentistry says that is the fourth 12 months his workplace has held the Halloween sweet buy-back program.
“We figured there’s a lot sweet, we are able to save the youngsters’ enamel and provides one thing again to the troops,” Peter defined. “Give them just a little reminiscence from dwelling type of factor.”
The dentist affords $1 per pound of sweet and all the sweet will get donated to deployed U.S. troops.
“They’re [the troops] distant, they usually’re lacking the whole lot and everybody from right here,” Peter mentioned.
He says the primary 12 months they hardly crammed a bath of sweet however now they are going to fill a big trash can a number of occasions.
Some folks are available with sweet they usually don’t need something in return.
“They don’t need any cash for it; they’re simply desirous to donate it to a superb trigger as a substitute of the trash can or consuming it themselves,” Peter mentioned. “It simply feels nice to see the neighborhood occupied with different folks.”
This Saturday at Peter Household Dentistry in Independence, youngsters and adults can deliver their unopened Halloween sweet to the workplace between 10 a.m. and midday.
Youngsters received’t go dwelling with simply the money. They’ll get a goodie bag with a toothbrush and toys.
It’s a win-win-win for dental well being, youngsters’ financial savings accounts, and our armed forces who missed spooky season right here within the states.
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