Adam Kveton Photo RCMP mascot Safety Bear takes his turn in jail at the Parksville Tim Hortons on Wednesday, May 31 for Camp Day. All coffee sales from that day went to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation which helps send kids to camp. The RCMP also collected ‘bail funds’ which went to the foundation as well.

Camp Day at Tim Hortons in Parksville

Oceanside RCMP participate in raising funds

It’s that time of year again.

Tim Hortons’ annual Camp Day took place Wednesday, May 31, with Oceanside RCMP taking part as well.

Officers and the RCMP mascot, Safety Bear, took turns in jail at the Tim Hortons, collecting change from customers for bail. The money, along with all the coffee sales at Tim Hortons and proceeds from bracelet sales that day, went to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation, which helps send kids to camp.

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