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Local food drive gets kick start

Local Tim Hortons restaurants are participating in a food drive to help replenish the Guelph Food Bank, and they are asking local residents for help.
Tim Hortons brown paper bags were inserted in the Feb. 7 edition of the Guelph Tribune, and the food drive lasts until Feb. 17.
People are being asked to fill the bags with non-perishable food items and drop them into food drive bins inside participating Tim Hortons restaurants.
“At Tim Hortons, we believe that it is important to give back to the communities where we live, work and play,” restaurant owners Tammy Lea-Copeman and Kevin Copeman said in a news release. “Our February food drive allows us to work with our guests to help stock area food banks after the busy holiday season.”
The food drive was created by local restaurant owners to raise awareness and donations for food banks in their local communities, the release said.
To jump-start the event here, 40 cases of Tim Hortons orange and apple juice were donated by local Tim Hortons restaurant owners to the Guelph Food Bank last Friday.

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