by Kurt Hildebrand
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November 13, 2013
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Candy Dance trends up

Candy Dance, the annual fundraiser to support Nevada’s first settlement, raised more than a quarter of a million dollars as a result of its efforts. Preliminary figures show Genoa will earn $144,000, though there are still requests for payment and refunds coming in five weeks after the September event. Most of the money from the event comes from renting 300 arts and crafts booths. Selling homemade candy continued to be a sweet spot for the event, bringing in $24,435. The actual dance only raised $1,519, not as much as last year, but far better than losing money, which happened in …

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