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Tim Hortons gives back

Tim Hortons gives back

OHSWEKEN – Tim Hortons Camp Day came to Six Nations on Wednesday, May 31. The proceeds of each sale of coffee or camp bracelet went to sending less-fortunate children to a Tim Hortons Camp. To help spread some extra love, the Ohsweken location offered a bouncy castle, barbecue, a plant sale and more for customers

OHSWEKEN – Tim Hortons Camp Day came to Six Nations on Wednesday, May 31. The proceeds of each sale of coffee or camp bracelet went to sending less-fortunate children to a Tim Hortons Camp.

To help spread some extra love, the Ohsweken location offered a bouncy castle, barbecue, a plant sale and more for customers to enjoy.

Owner Landon Miller said that the day went “great”.

“It’s been awesome and we’ve had tons of people,” he said. “We’ve had a lot of success so far and no hiccups. And everything here has been donated.”

Miller said that throughout the day the likes of Cody Jamieson, Brandon Montour, Johnny Powless and several other Six Nations athletes worked the drive-thru windows also.

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