Pa. Family Plans To Launch Halloween Candy At Trick Or Treaters The Mak family of York County is using a treat-launching candypult — a white plastic bucket attached to two long springs. It's one way to maintain social distancing.
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Pa. Family Plans To Launch Halloween Candy At Trick Or Treaters

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Pa. Family Plans To Launch Halloween Candy At Trick Or Treaters

Pa. Family Plans To Launch Halloween Candy At Trick Or Treaters

Pa. Family Plans To Launch Halloween Candy At Trick Or Treaters

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The Mak family of York County is using a treat-launching candypult — a white plastic bucket attached to two long springs. It's one way to maintain social distancing.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. We're all trying to work out how we can get the kids all the candy they need and deserve this Halloween. What about launching it to them? That's the plan for the Mak family of York County, Pa. They call it the Candypult (ph). It's a white plastic bucket attached to two long springs. After some practice launches, they realized they needed a well-lit landing area so they wouldn't knock trick-or-treaters out with the peanut butter cups. It's MORNING EDITION.

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