Sunny

Steinbach, MB

13°c Sunny

Full Forecast

Local

The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION

Service with some smiles

By: Dave Baxter

Posted: 09/12/2017 9:00 AM

  • Print
The Smile Cookie Campaign at Tim Hortons will raise money for ROC Eastman throughout the week.

DAVE BAXTER | THE CARILLON Enlarge Image

The Smile Cookie Campaign at Tim Hortons will raise money for ROC Eastman throughout the week.

Advertisement

Tim Hortons' employees Rose Nicol and Amanda Mitchell, and Recreation Opportunities for Children Inc. Eastman (ROC Eastman) executive director Moni Loewen were all smiles while holding up Smile Cookies at the Tim Hortons at 118 Brandt Street in Steinbach on Monday morning.

The Tim Hortons’ Smile Cookie Campaign will see Steinbach Tim Hortons locations sell cookies for one dollar throughout the week. All money raised from the sale of the cookies will go to ROC Eastman, an organization that works to get children into recreational programs and activities. ROC Eastman provides assistance with the costs of activity registration, transportation, equipment and supplies, as well as giving unique and specialized learning programs to families they work with in the Eastman region.

Another chance to support ROC Eastman will happen in one week’s time as the local organization has been selected as Ste Anne Co-op’s charity of choice for in the Western Canada Fuel Good Day. On Tuesday, Sept. 19, co-ops will donate five cents of fuel sold to the charity.

  • Print

More Local News

  • Chrysalis Fund members deliver $2,500 in support to Steinbach Community Outreach in a presentation on Monday.

    Chrysalis Fund lends a hand

    09/19/2017 10:45 AM
  • Mock disaster set for Tuesday

    09/18/2017 9:45 AM

    Steinbach emergency operations and response teams will put the city’s emergency planning into practice on Tuesday as a mock disaster is staged between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

    Over 100 people from various groups, including Southern Health, Hanover School Division, the ...

  • Census dives into city’s pocketbooks

    09/17/2017 9:45 AM

    Median incomes in Steinbach rose 16.6 percent between 2005 and 2015, but remain below provincial and national averages, according to data collected during the 2016 census and released Wednesday by Statistics Canada.

    The median total income of Steinbach households stood at ...

Ads by Google

Electronic Copies

The Carillon single copy cover

Annual Subscription

Back issues available with an e-subscription

Subscribe to single copy
$1.50 each (includes tax)

September 14, 2017 copy now available

Read this week’s classifieds