Going door to door in Grandview Heights, Ohio to collect candy on trick or treat night is as much a part of the fun Halloween tradition as dressing up in a favorite costume, going to Halloween parties, carving pumpkins and watching scary movies. But after beggars night is over and your youngster has a huge cache of candy to be dealt with, what is the wholesome healthy thing to do with the candy? In researching this dilemma, I found an article by a dietitian whose husband is a dentist and what she had to say makes sense. “ We wanted … Continue reading
Got this via an email today and I can’t find the original source to give them some link love. But in the spirit of the Halloween Season and to support our Buckeyes, I had to post it. If anyone knows the original source please let me know by posting a comment. Thanks! And Remember our Halloween Candy Buyback to support the troops on Nov 2.
So what do you do with all the extra candy after Beggar’s night? The kids had fun walking door to door in Grandview or some other part of Columbus but now it’s time to give some of the loot to somebody else. And we have the answer and it’s a great cause! We are having a Candy Buyback on November 2nd. You can drop off your excess candy from 5:30 – 7:30 at our office.(Get directions) For each pound of excess candy your kids donate we will give them a crisp $1 bill along with a goodie bag with items from … Continue reading
As we approach beggars night I thought I would do a little “googling” to find some alternatives to Halloween Candy. Below is a listing of ideas I compiled along with a few places to find the alternatives. I also found a Halloween survey where 1200 boys and girls where asked about their Halloween haul. It has some interesting and amusing commentary. Typically all kids love to dress up and go from house to house but very few kids end up eating all the candy the receive either by their own choice are parental limits. Here is the list of Halloween … Continue reading