Tom Morse of Children’s Dentistry holds a bag of donated candy next to a collection box at his Hilton Head Island office on Tuesday. The Vietnam veteran is collecting candy and gifts for U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq at his Hilton Head and Beaufort offices through Nov. 10. The items will be sent to the troops in time for Thanksgiving, he said.
Tom Morse of Children’s Dentistry holds a bag of donated candy next to a collection box at his Hilton Head Island office on Tuesday. The Vietnam veteran is collecting candy and gifts for U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq at his Hilton Head and Beaufort offices through Nov. 10. The items will be sent to the troops in time for Thanksgiving, he said. JAY KARR/The Island Packet
Tom Morse of Children’s Dentistry holds a bag of donated candy next to a collection box at his Hilton Head Island office on Tuesday. The Vietnam veteran is collecting candy and gifts for U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq at his Hilton Head and Beaufort offices through Nov. 10. The items will be sent to the troops in time for Thanksgiving, he said. JAY KARR/The Island Packet

Dentist collects candy to send to troops overseas

November 04, 2010 12:01 AM

UPDATED November 03, 2010 01:18 PM

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