How May I serve you? Ponoka RCMP Sgt. Chris Smiley dishes up some Tim Hortons coffee at the drive-thru window June 6 during the annual Camp Day event. The location was busy with a number of community members volunteering their time to help out with about $5,000 raised throughout the day. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Ponoka residents come together for Camp Day

The Ponoka Tim Hortons location was a buzz with activity for the annual fundraiser on June 6

By Jordie Dwyer

The Ponoka Tim Hortons location was a buzz with activity for the annual fundraiser on June 6

 

Pick a treat: Lacombe-Ponoka MLA Ron Orr volunteers his time at the table where this young girls gets some help in picking out a treat at the donation table set up for the annual Tim Hortons Camp Day in Ponoka on June 6. This was one of the various ways the location helped raise more funds to send kids to camp with about $5,000 brought in during the day. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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