charities that offer Thanksgiving dinners to folks in need. It’s a song — google it. for a good cause. Harry lives with his fam in Washington, D.C. It certainly does the trick, although it’s only gonna work on an incline. Proceeds will go to D.C. We’re just wild about Harry. DC 8 year old selling socially-distanced candy slide & donating half the proceeds to charity @nbcwashington Folo & DM me if you want one & I’ll connect you #DC #Halloween2020 pic.twitter.com/9Ravh4BbdJ— Jackie Bensen (@jackiebensen) October 17, 2020
Harry said, “I decided to sell them, exactly how much price they should cost — which is exactly $25 and zero cents — and how to decorate it,” in an interview with NBC. and was apparently noodling on how he and his pals could trick-or-treat in COVID times. He — and we’re guessing his family helped — made a candy chute … something that’s catching fire as a way to safely dole out candy. 10/17/2020 8:05 AM PT
An 8-year-old kid named Harry may have figured out a way to save Halloween!!! Nevertheless, the design is solid, so the family’s now producing and selling chutes … Halloween Win! So, according to the family, Harry played a big part in designing the prototype.