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WAKE FOREST — Supremia Dentistry, led by Dr. Edmond Suh, assisted area children and families in donating nearly 1,500 pounds of Halloween candy during Operation Sweet Tooth, an event designed to give children a chance to drop off their excess Halloween candy to send to soldiers on active duty.
Throughout the first weeks of November, the staff of Supremia Dentistry encouraged children and their families to drop off excess Halloween candy to be packed and shipped to troops overseas to enjoy a little taste of home.
Families and local schools throughout the Triangle contributed bags and boxes of candy, including more than 600 pounds from Thales Academy in Wake Forest alone.
For the event, Supremia Dentistry partnered with the Triangle chapter of Blue Star Mothers, a group of local women who have loved ones serving in the military, to help send the collected candy.