With Halloween only a week and a half away (and, keep in mind, trick or treat night for many communities is on Friday, the 30th), a lot of kids (and parents) will be dreaming of the candy that we all hope for.
This was launched last year by the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) in 2014, the "Teal Pumpkin Project" raises awareness of food allergies for trick-or-treaters throughout the Halloween season.
As I mentioned earlier this week, Marianne Levy from our sister station WOBM-AM 1160 & 1310 and I will be hosting the 77th Annual Toms River Halloween Parade for Toms River Schools' TV 21 broadcast. Being our second year of hosting, we're debating on whether we want to do costumes or not.
As we discussed earlier this week, it seemed to be a lean Halloween in a lot of Ocean County neighborhoods. Now that it's all over, a lot of families are left with piles of candy. So what do you do with all of your leftover treats?
One of the best parts of coming in to the office after Halloween is everyone who brings in their leftover candy to share with their coworkers. This year, though, there seems to be a lot of leftover candy almost everywhere.
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