Pictured left to right is Stephanie, crew member of Tim Hortons; Diane Palmer, site manager of Stettler Hospital; Bob Carey, Stettler Tim Hortons owner; Cheryl Barros, Stettler Health Foundation board member and Ashu, Tim Hortons crew member. photo submitted

Stettler Tim Hortons held a very successful fundraiser selling SMILE cookies for $1 each

Full proceeds will support the Stettler Health Services Foundation fundraiser for ER equipment

Stettler Tim Hortons held a very successful fundraiser earlier this month selling SMILE cookies for $1 each.

They sold 6,260 cookies with the full proceeds going towards Stettler Health Services Foundation fundraiser for ER equipment for the newly-renovated Stettler Hospital.

This fully funds one IV treatment chair and part of another. Five treatment chairs are being purchased in the renovation which will be completed mid-2021.

Bob Carey, Tim Hortons owner, stated, “It was a pleasure to work with the SHSF members who were a great help in decorating cookies all week long. We are very happy to support such a worthwhile cause and look forward to increasing our sales of SMILE cookies next year.”

Diane Palmer, site manager at the Hospital, said, “It’s such a good way for people to support the Hospital. We want to thank Bob and the staff of Tim Hortons, Stettler for their collaboration and hard work all week long.”

Stettler Health Services Foundation is in the midst of a $400,000 fundraising campaign for ER equipment at the Stettler Hospital.

If you would like to donate to this, please visit https://www.stettlerhealthfoundation.com/donate-now/

—Submitted

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