R. Roger Rowe turns Halloween into ‘An Act of Sweetness’
On Nov. 2, the R. Roger Rowe School, in partnership with RSF Orthodontics, collected over 100 pounds of Halloween candy. The candy was assembled into care packages for the U.S. troops stationed overseas through Operation Gratitude.
Dr. Natalie Lam, owner of RSF Orthodontics, paid $1 for every pound of candy donated in an effort to promote oral health. Many of the kids then donated their dollars to fund animal shelters (2nd grade community service area of focus) or Malaria Nets (6th grade) and received chain links for their Acts of Kindness.