Take the free swimming plunge courtesy of Tim’s

Are you looking for some family fun this March break?

Tim Hortons invites the community to enjoy free swimming at the Ponoka Aquatic centre from March 28 to April 1 from 1 to 3 p.m.

“Free March break swimming is just one way we can thank our loyal guests for their continued support throughout the year,” said local owner Bob Podritske. “It’s also a great way for families to spend quality time together.”

Tim Hortons restaurant owners have sponsored this free swimming program for more than 11 years. Tim Hortons is also involved in sponsorships and other community events such as Timbits minor sports teams, Smile Cookies and free holiday skating programs.

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