CORVALLIS, Ore. -- The Lions Club in Corvallis is worried they won't sell out of their popular See's Candy for the first time.
They have held the fundraiser for more than two decades to help children and needy people get glasses, hearing aids, or cataract surgery.
With just a few days until Christmas, they have nearly 800 lbs of candy to sell. They have everything from chocolates, to truffles, to peanut brittle.
They said they think their problem is they have a new location and people can't find them. Their new location is at the Corvallis Elks Club on the corner of 9th and Grant streets.
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