A BIG SMILE Doug Lorenzen and John Gernon accept a cheque from Manager Darcy Purcell of Tim Hortons. Each year the Tim Hortons locations in Campbell River make a significant donation to the Community Christmas Hamper Fund. The money is a result of the Smile Cookies purchased by customers at the three locations. It is worthy to note that 100 per cent of the money collected from the sales is given to the Hamper Fund.

A Big Smile

Doug Lorenzen and John Gernon accept a cheque from Manager Darcy Purcell of Tim Hortons.

Each year the Tim Hortons locations in Campbell River make a significant donation to the Community Christmas Hamper Fund. The money is a result of the smile cookies purchased by customers at the three locations.

One hundred per cent of the money collected from the sales is given to the Hamper Fund.

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