More than a double-double; local Tim Hortons owner donates $5,000 worth of product to local Food Bank

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WINCHESTER — Community Food Share recently benefited from a major top-up of coffee, hot chocolate, orange and apple juice, and bottled water — courtesy of the Tim Hortons restaurants in Winchester, Morrisburg and Long Sault.

The owner of those franchises, Robert St. Denis (at left in photo above), and his general manager, Cory Adams, delivered a whopping $5,000 worth of donated product to the Winchester and Morrisburg locations of the former Dundas County Food Bank, now known as Community Food Share.

From caffeine to crafts — Community Food Share helped again

In another score for Community Food Share, the Morrisburg and District Arts and Crafts Association recently donated $512 to the organization formerly known as the Dundas County Food Bank. The donation represents proceeds from the admission fee for the group's 40th Annual Christmas Craft Sale, November 19-20 in Morrisburg. The Association's Dwight Aura and Linda Schenck are shown presenting the cheque to Community Food Share Administrator Ian McKelvie (right). Courtesy photo To date the Arts and Crafts Association has donated $2294 to the food bank. We appreciate their ongoing support of our work.

In another recent score for Community Food Share, the Morrisburg and District Arts and Crafts Association donated $512 to the organization formerly known as the Dundas County Food Bank. The donation represents proceeds from the admission fee for the group’s 40th Annual Christmas Craft Sale, November 19-20 in Morrisburg. The Association’s Dwight Saunders and Linda Schenck are shown presenting the cheque to Community Food Share Administrator Ian McKelvie (right). To date the Association has donated $2,294 to the food bank. This caption was edited to correct the spelling of Saunders’ name.  Courtesy photo

 

 

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