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Tim Hortons Camp Day success

Sgt. Rick Dellebuur and the Penticton RCMP safety bear were at the Tim Hortons Fairview Road location last Wednesday to help with the annual Camp Day fundraising activities.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Sgt. Rick Dellebuur and the Penticton RCMP safety bear were at the Tim Hortons Fairview Road location last Wednesday to help with the annual Camp Day fundraising activities.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

Sgt. Rick Dellebuur and the Penticton RCMP safety bear were at the Tim Hortons Fairview Road location last Wednesday to help with the annual Camp Day fundraising activities.

The three local Tim Hortons joined others from across the country by donating the proceeds of coffee sales and other special events to help send deserving children to summer camp this year.

Ten kids from the south Okanagan have been selected for this year’s trip. In total, the South Okanagan Tim Hortons raised over $25,000.

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