Candy Buy Back results in treats for troops
Dr. Luke Waln and Nisswa Smiles are grateful to the 2019 Halloween Candy Buy Back event sponsors, business neighbors and community neighbors for their support, generosity and compassion. Because of their support, many actively deployed service men and women will receive a little taste of home in their care packages this holiday season.
Nisswa Smiles paid $1 per pound of unopenend candy kids turned in up to five pounds per child. Waln planned to ship the candy to troops overseas via Operation Gratitude, a nonprofit organization.
Bennett Isaacson, of Nisswa, won the Nintendo Switch for trading in Halloween candy for cash.