Cliffy Storey 4, left, and his sister Audrey Storey 7 of Greenhaven pour candy into a bowl to be weighed at the Kids Care Dental offices in Greenhave area in 2013. Local dentists are dangling an incentive to kids: Bring in your trick-or-treat goodies and they will pay you $1 per pound.
Cliffy Storey 4, left, and his sister Audrey Storey 7 of Greenhaven pour candy into a bowl to be weighed at the Kids Care Dental offices in Greenhave area in 2013. Local dentists are dangling an incentive to kids: Bring in your trick-or-treat goodies and they will pay you $1 per pound. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
Cliffy Storey 4, left, and his sister Audrey Storey 7 of Greenhaven pour candy into a bowl to be weighed at the Kids Care Dental offices in Greenhave area in 2013. Local dentists are dangling an incentive to kids: Bring in your trick-or-treat goodies and they will pay you $1 per pound. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com

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