CAMP DAY AT TIM’S: Parksville Volunteer Fire Department assistant fire chief Tyrone Heigh pours a mug of piping hot coffee at Tim Hortons Wednesday morning as part of the annual Camp Day fundraiser — a day where all coffee proceeds are donated to sending local children to Tim Hortons’ 10-day summer camp. Along with Heigh

Camp Day at Tim Hortons in Parksville

It's a day where all coffee proceeds are donated to sending local children to Tim Hortons' 10-day summer camp

  • Jun. 5, 2014 6:00 p.m.

CAMP DAY AT TIM’S: Parksville Volunteer Fire Department assistant fire chief Tyrone Heigh pours a mug of piping hot coffee at Tim Hortons Wednesday morning as part of the annual Camp Day fundraiser — a day where all coffee proceeds are donated to sending local children to Tim Hortons’ 10-day summer camp. Along with Heigh, various community ambassadors came out to volunteer their time. Last year this location raised nearly $6,000 in a single day and the store hopes to surpass that this year.

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