Campbell River Mirror

Subway cookies become 500 Food Bank dollars

Subway cookies become 500 Food Bank dollars: At Campbell River’s four Subway locations a seasonal favourite with customers are the white chocolate and cranberry cookies. Profits from the sale of the cookies in December are fueling need at the Campbell River Food Bank in the form of a $500 cheque from Subways owner Jennifer Stephens. Sharing a nibble are (from the left): Food bank volunteer Greg Mytron, manager Debbie Willis, Stephens and volunteer Dewar Willis. - Brian Kieran/The Mirror
Subway cookies become 500 Food Bank dollars: At Campbell River’s four Subway locations a seasonal favourite with customers are the white chocolate and cranberry cookies. Profits from the sale of the cookies in December are fueling need at the Campbell River Food Bank in the form of a $500 cheque from Subways owner Jennifer Stephens. Sharing a nibble are (from the left): Food bank volunteer Greg Mytron, manager Debbie Willis, Stephens and volunteer Dewar Willis.
— image credit: Brian Kieran/The Mirror
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