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Wicked Good Treats located in Market Square (previously Candy Bouquet). Welcome all new and old customers to stop buy and see all the new fun candy and chocolate. We are still creating wonderful tasteful gifts for all ages and occasions. The only real difference is that they have to be ordered in advance.

www.wickedgoodtreats.net

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