Looking for a way to part with extra or leftover Halloween candy? Donate it to Treats for Troops as a sweet way to pay it forward with this year’s extra Halloween haul! As part of its 13th annual “Treats for Troops” collection, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting individually wrapped, non-chocolate candy to send thanks, encouragement, and sweets to our troops overseas.
Individually wrapped, non-chocolate candy may be dropped off between Tuesday, Nov. 1 and Friday, Nov. 4 by 5 p.m. each day at the following Sheriff’s Office locations:
- Headquarters, 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Building 38E, Pontiac, 48341
- Brandon Twp. Substation, 15 South St., Ortonville, 48462
- Commerce Twp. Substation, 2401 Glengary, Commerce Twp., 48390
- Highland Twp. Substation, 165 N. John St., Highland Twp., 48356
- Independence Twp. Substation, 6560 Citation Drive, Independence Twp., 48346
- Orion Twp. Substation, 2525 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion, 48360
- Oxford Twp. Substation, 310 Dunlap Rd., Oxford, 48371
- Rochester Hills Substation, 750 Barclay Circle, Rochester Hills, 48307
Halloween is just around the corner, making it the perfect time to visit Doc Sweets’ Candy Company. Doc Sweets’ is Michigan’s largest retail candy store, and they have the stock to prove it. Familiar favorites like Sanders and Wonka sit alongside classics like Zagnut and Jujubes. Fully prepared for the Halloween season, they offer a wide variety of candy fit for this time of year, from bulk containers filled with Candy Corn, Jelly Pumpkins, and Mellowcreme Harvest Mix, to wrapped chocolates meant to look like happy pumpkins or spooky skeletons. They even have treats like real bugs that are farm raised and seasoned like potato chips.
Take a look at our preview of this huge candy shop in Clawson:
Doc Sweets’ Candy Company is Michigan’s largest retail candy store and they have the stock to prove it. Familiar favorites like Sanders and Wonka sit alongside old-time classics like Zagnut and Jujubes. A seemingly-endless row of brightly-colored Jelly Belly dispensers line the store’s north wall, and the cheeky faces of Pez dispensers look out over the shop from a lofty perch. With all of the offerings, deciding what treat to pick can make one feel like…a kid in a candy shop.
Looking to do something sweet this Halloween? The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting candy Wednesday, November 1st through Friday, November 3rd as part of its 8th annual “Treats for Troops” drive.
There are many sweet things to see and do in Oakland County, but for those looking to satisfy their
deepest candy cravings, Clawson’s Doc Sweets may just have the right prescription.
“I love it when people come in and are just amazed by candy that they haven’t seen before or candy that they haven’t seen in years,” said Jennifer Boughton, a Doc Sweets manager and seven-year veteran of the candy trade. “A lot of older customers will come in and say: ‘I haven’t had this since I was a little girl.” Continue reading