Sutton Tims does its bit
A little caffeine fix helps kick off a February food drive at the Georgina Community Food Pantry. An entire skid of juices was donated Tuesday morning to the Georgina Community Food Pantry to launch the Tim Hortons February Food Drive taking place Feb. 9 to 19. Pictured here are, (front left to right, Keswick Woodbine manager Dianne Webber, pantry volunteer Lou Michielsen, pantry director Alf Judd and Tim Hortons regional marketing manager Tom Babic. Also joining the party is (back left to right) Keswick Queenswa raybans y location manager Susan Fines and regional marketing co ordinator Jordan Wright.Representatives from the Georgina and Sharon Tim Hortons locations kicked off a February food drive by donating a skid of 1,600 juices and some canned fruit to the Georgina Community Food Bank Tuesday morning.Pantry director Alf Judd praised corporate initiatives such as Tim Hortons annual campaign as being invaluable to the pa raybans ntry ongoing success, which is still packing raybans up about 90 hampers a week to those in need.type of support is very important to the work we do, he said, adding it also helps the gaps between major drives at Easter and Thanksgiving when most people ordinarily donate.Tom Babic, the regional marketing manager for Tim Hortons agrees.people do the holiday thing, which is great and very important, but it is easy to forget during the rest of the year, said Mr. Babic.From Feb. 9 to Feb. 19, you can help the February food drive by filling the company brown paper bags available in today Advocate with non perishable food items and dropping it off in the food drive bins inside local Tim Hortons restaurants in Sutton, Kesw raybans ick and Sharon.
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