Molen Orthodontics offers Halloween candy buyback event

Molen Orthodontics is buying back candy from trick-or-treaters on Nov. 1, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m., at its three offices.

Families and their children can bring wrapped Halloween candy to any of three office locations, and, in exchange, Molen Orthodontic will pay them $2 per pound for the candy (10-pound maximum). It also will pay an extra dollar to the kids who wear their Halloween costumes and an extra dollar to the kids who bring in two or more canned food items.

All candy and canned food items will be donated to local charitable organizations, military personnel overseas, local churches, outreach groups and food banks.

Last year, Molen Orthodontics collected more than 2,500 pounds of Halloween candy and 1,500 canned food items.

Offices are located:

• Auburn, 1110 Harvey Road

• Enumclaw, 1771 Farrelly St.

• Sumner, 16209 64th St. East, Suite 101

For more information, visit molenorthodontics.com.

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