For kids, Halloween is right up there with Christmas. Sacks of free candy just for taking a walk through the neighborhood. What could be better? For the answer to that, just ask Seattle sixth-grader Jackson Huntington.
This year, Jackson had a request for his parents. One that was unusual for any kid with a sweet tooth.
“Because we always get more Halloween candy than we can eat”, said the 12-year-old, “I was thinking I might ask for food instead, and give it to the food bank.”