Helping Hearts: Ponoka Boston Pizza owners Jason Kashnic and Natalie Reglin plus general manager Andrea Chia stand with Ponoka Youth Centre executive director Beth Reitz and a number kids accepting the $1,000 donation from the local franchise. The majority of the funds were raised through the sale of their heart-shaped pizzas back in February and are being used to support the various summer programs being provided at the centre. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTO: Big hearted donation

Local franchise assists programming for youth

Helping Hearts: Ponoka Boston Pizza owners Jason Kashnic and Natalie Reglin plus general manager Andrea Chia stand with Ponoka Youth Centre executive director Beth Reitz and a number kids accepting the $1,000 donation from the local franchise. The majority of the funds were raised through the sale of their heart-shaped pizzas back in February and are being used to support the various summer programs being provided at the centre. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

By Jordie Dwyer

Local franchise assists programming for youth

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