Molen Orthodontics will host Candy Buy Back

Sugary candy can bring a sugar high and cavities, but it also can bring cold, hard cash. Molen Orthodontics will again host its Halloween Candy Buy Back at its Sumner, Auburn and Enumclaw offices.

Sugary candy can bring a sugar high and cavities, but it also can bring cold, hard cash. Molen Orthodontics will again host its Halloween Candy Buy Back at its Sumner, Auburn and Enumclaw offices.

The buy back will happen from 2:30 to 7 p.m. Monday. The offices will pay $2 per pound of wrapped trick-or-treating candy, at a 10-pound maximum. Trick-or-treaters can earn an extra dollar for wearing their costume.

Free hot cider and cookies will be available.

All purchased candy will be donated to local charitable organizations.

Molen Orthodontics’ Sumner office is at the Sumner 410 Plaza, 16202 64th St E, Suite 103.

Call 253-863-0978 for more information, or visit www.MolenOrthodontics.com.

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