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Greenville dentist’s office wants your Halloween candy

LEAST DOSE IF YOU ARE WONDENGRI WHAT TO DO WHIT ALL OF YOUR LEFTOVER HALLOWEEN CANDY CAN EAT IT OR OR CONSIDER SENDING SOME SWEETNESS TO PEOPLE SERVING OUR COUNTRY A LOCAL DENTAL STUDIO IS MAKING IT EASY TO PARTICIPATE GREENVILLE DENTAL STUDIO IS INVITING YOU TO DONATE LEFTOVER CANDY TO OPERATION GRATITUDE THE GROUP COLL. DISTRIBUTES THE CDYAN TO DEPLOYED TROOPS LOCAL MILITARY UNITS VETERANS AND FIRST RESPONDERS. YOU CAN DROP FOF YOUR CANDY AND THE ADDRESS YOU SEEIG RHT THERE ON YOUR SCREEN. IT’S IN DOWNTOWN GREENVILLE. YOU CAN DO THAT UNTIL 6 O’CLOCK TODAY OR TOMORROW FROM 8 AM UNTIL 8 PM THE OWNER OF GREENVILLE DENTAL STUDIO SAYS, THIS IS AN EASY WAY FOR PEOPLE TO SAY, THANK YOU. WE’RE LUCKY TO LIVE IN A COUNTRY THAT IF YOU CALL SOMEONE FOR HELP, MESOONE’S GOING TO COME. AND YOU KNOW, THEY HAVE A TOUGH B.JO SOMETIMES THEY’RE AWAY FROM FAMILIES. AND SO AGAIN, THIS IS JUST A LITTLE WAY TO SAY ONE. WE’RE THINKING ABOUT YOU. WE APPRECIATE YOU. HE SAYS THERE’S A BIG BOX IN FRONT OF T BHEUILDING. SO YOU JUST HAVEO T DROP OFF YOUR CANDY AND GO GREENVILLE DENTAL STUDIO HAS BN

Greenville dentist’s office wants your Halloween candy

Greenville Dental Studio will donate candy to Operation Gratitude

Greenville Dental Studio is collecting leftover Halloween candy to give to Operation Gratitude. The group distributes the candy to deployed troops, local military units, veterans, and first responders, providing a sweet opportunity for grateful Americans to thank those who serve our nation.Dr. Andy Bullard said people can place their leftover Halloween candy in the box in front of the building at 644 N. Main St., Suite 111, Greenville until 6 p.m. Monday, and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 2. “We’re lucky to live in a country that if you call someone for help, someone is going to come. They have a tough job. Sometimes they’re away from families and so this is just a little way to say that we’re thinking about you and we appreciate you,” Dr. Bullard said. Dr. Bullard said Greenville Dental Studio has been participating in Operation Gratitude since 2018.

Greenville Dental Studio is collecting leftover Halloween candy to give to Operation Gratitude.

The group distributes the candy to deployed troops, local military units, veterans, and first responders, providing a sweet opportunity for grateful Americans to thank those who serve our nation.

Dr. Andy Bullard said people can place their leftover Halloween candy in the box in front of the building at 644 N. Main St., Suite 111, Greenville until 6 p.m. Monday, and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

“We’re lucky to live in a country that if you call someone for help, someone is going to come. They have a tough job. Sometimes they’re away from families and so this is just a little way to say that we’re thinking about you and we appreciate you,” Dr. Bullard said.

Dr. Bullard said Greenville Dental Studio has been participating in Operation Gratitude since 2018.