Stettler Health Foundation has a lot to smile about

Stettler Tim Hortons donates $2,994 Smile Cookie proceeds to local health foundation

Ritesh Patel, left, owner of Stettler Tim Hortons, presents a $2,994 cheque to Leona Thorogood, second left, Chairperson of Stettler Health Services Foundation on Dec. 11. Tims raised this money through its Smile Cookie campaign from Sept. 17 - 23 during Tims national Smile Cookie Campaign. The full $1 cost of the cookies goes to more than 500 charities and organizations across Canada. The Stettler Health Foundation will use the money for the Stettler Hospital emergency room and trauma equipment. Also in the photo are staff from Stettler Tim Hortons. (Contributed photo)

Ritesh Patel, left, owner of Stettler Tim Hortons, presents a $2,994 cheque to Leona Thorogood, second left, Chairperson of Stettler Health Services Foundation on Dec. 11. Tims raised this money through its Smile Cookie campaign from Sept. 17 - 23 during Tims national Smile Cookie Campaign. The full $1 cost of the cookies goes to more than 500 charities and organizations across Canada. The Stettler Health Foundation will use the money for the Stettler Hospital emergency room and trauma equipment. Also in the photo are staff from Stettler Tim Hortons. (Contributed photo)

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