Dave Paquin (left), owner of the three Tim Hortons stores in Campbell River, personally delivered 1,224 bottles of Tim Hortons apple juice that will be placed in the Christmas hampers at the food depot. Accepting the donation is John Gernon of the Knights of Columbus. As in past years, there will be a Tim Hortons presence at the food depot on delivery day handing out free coffee and snacks. What could be more Canadian than helping out the less fortunate in our community while sipping a Timmy’s and munching on a Timbit.

Tim Hortons juices up Campbell River’s Christmas Hampers

Dave Paquin, owner of the three Tim Hortons stores in Campbell River, personally delivered 1,224 bottles of Tim Hortons apple juice that will be placed in the Christmas hampers at the food depot.

As in past years, there will be a Tim Hortons presence at the food depot on delivery day handing out free coffee and snacks. What could be more Canadian than helping out the less fortunate in our community while sipping a Timmy’s and munching on a Timbit?

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