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Earn cash for candy and support a soldier

Halloween candy will be collected at Nisswa Smiles from 4-6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2. Each child is eligible to receive $1 per pound up to five pounds for all unopened, uneaten candy. Children who participate will also be entered in a contest to win o...

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Halloween candy will be collected at Nisswa Smiles from 4-6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2.

Each child is eligible to receive $1 per pound up to five pounds for all unopened, uneaten candy. Children who participate will also be entered in a contest to win one of two new Kindle Fire 7-inch tablets.

The candy will be shipped to troops overseas via Operation Gratitude, a nonprofit organization based in California. Paper and writing utensils will be available for anyone who would like to create a letter or card for service members.

As a veteran, Dr. Luke Waln appreciated the care packages he received while overseas.

For more information, call 218-963-6330, or visit www.NisswaSmiles.com . Nisswa Smiles is located between Rafferty's Pizza and The Totem Pole, at 25477 Main St., Nisswa.

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