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Mayor Walter Jakeway pitched in at the downtown Tim Hortons Wednesday to help raise funds for Camp Day to send deserving kids to the Tim Hortons Children’s Ranch in Alberta. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Mayor Walter Jakeway pitched in at the downtown Tim Hortons Wednesday to help raise funds for Camp Day to send deserving kids to the Tim Hortons Children’s Ranch in Alberta.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror

Members of City Council pitched in at the downtown Tim Hortons Wednesday to help raise funds for Camp Day to send deserving kids to the Tim Hortons Children’s Ranch in Alberta.

Besides council, numerous other community agencies volunteered at both Tim Hortons outlets.

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