Community supports Tim Hortons ‘send a kid to Camp’ day

Tim Hortons annual ‘Camp Day’ was all about fun and FUNdraising in Saugeen Shores with local celebrities turning out to lend a helping hand.  The annual event to ‘send a kid to camp’ is always a popular event that the entire community comes out to support.

Southampton’s Tim Hortons was a beehive of activity with a silent auction, drive-thru ‘toll’ and the only ‘hot-dog’ BBQ day.  Chantry Island Cham-bettes, the local women’s fundraising group, turned out for the early morning shift as did Police Chaplain, Pastor David Baker, who manned the drive-thru collecting approximately $4,800!

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Tim Hortons in Port Elgin also saw its share of activities and celebrities who learned what it was like to be on the ‘other side of the counter’.

Brian Longmire of 98 the Beach radio was very focused on the job to be done – pouring a decaff coffee

Among the ‘celebrity’ volunteers were Police Chief Mike Bellai and Inspector Kevin Zettel along with radio morning man of 98 the Beach, Brian Longmire.

Chief Mike Bellai (L) and Inspector Kevin Zettel took at turn at learning how to pour coffee at Tim Hortons Camp Day
Theresa Walsh (L) and Anne Lebouthillier sold sweet treats

A final total of monies raised is still be tallied.