Listen to the content of this post: MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Macon dentist collected 90 pounds of Halloween candy that she plans to donate to troops overseas through Operation Shoe Box. Dr. Sheila K. Shah from MaconSmiles dental office paid children one dollar per pound of […]
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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Macon dentist collected 90 pounds of Halloween candy that she plans to donate to troops overseas through Operation Shoe Box.
Dr. Sheila K. Shah from MaconSmiles dental office paid children one dollar per pound of candy they donated. She also gave away Flashing Firefly Toothbrushes as kids cashed in their candy.
“Dentists are taking back Halloween,” says Dr. Sheila K. Shah. “Plus, I am very proud of all the children who chose to donate their candy to our much deserving troops over seas.”
MaconSmiles Laser & Cosmetic Family Dentistry is located at 4929 Forsyth Road.
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Shelby Coates is an evening anchor/producer at 41NBC News. She anchors the 5, 5:30, and 6 evening newscasts. She also works behind the scenes producing the 5:00pm and managing newsroom assignments. She returns to 41NBC after working in Evansville, Indiana as the Morning/Noon Anchor and Executive Producer for WEVV.
Shelby also spent time in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where she spent three years anchoring and producing the weekend morning newscasts at WSPA-TV. She also worked as a general assignment reporter, receiving several honors for her investigative and consumer reporting. Shelby has spent time working as a news anchor/reporter in Chattanooga, Tennessee; Macon, Georgia; and Abilene, Texas.
Shelby is a native of Clarksville, Tennessee. She graduated from Abilene Christian University in Texas with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Mass Communication and a minor in sociology.
Shelby has a passion for empowering local communities, church ministry, public speaking, strengthening women and mentoring young people.
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