The Canterwood Real Estate Team is doing a candy trade-in program this year. Families will receive a free kids meal at The Hub in exchange for their candy, which will be sent to troops at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and those stationed overseas. Pictured from left: Pat Nagle, owner of The Hub; Russell Tanner, Alesha Beckel and Mike Drake, members of the Canterwood Real Estate Team; Chelsea Schulte, a young witch, and Max Baker, a minion.
The Canterwood Real Estate Team is doing a candy trade-in program this year. Families will receive a free kids meal at The Hub in exchange for their candy, which will be sent to troops at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and those stationed overseas. Pictured from left: Pat Nagle, owner of The Hub; Russell Tanner, Alesha Beckel and Mike Drake, members of the Canterwood Real Estate Team; Chelsea Schulte, a young witch, and Max Baker, a minion. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
The Canterwood Real Estate Team is doing a candy trade-in program this year. Families will receive a free kids meal at The Hub in exchange for their candy, which will be sent to troops at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and those stationed overseas. Pictured from left: Pat Nagle, owner of The Hub; Russell Tanner, Alesha Beckel and Mike Drake, members of the Canterwood Real Estate Team; Chelsea Schulte, a young witch, and Max Baker, a minion. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Canterwood Real Estate team hosts first annual ‘Treats 4 Troops’ candy trade-in event

October 27, 2016 10:03 AM