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The OPP, Mayor Jeanne Charlebois and students from two of Hawkesbury’s elementary schools went for a little stroll last Fridaymorning, pushing half a dozen shopping carts full of groceries. The annual Hawkesbury OPP Food Drive rolled out of the detachment parking lot at 10 o’clock, Sept. 16, with Staff Sgt. Luc Duval and The annual Hawkesbury OPP FoodDrive rolled out of the detachment parking lot at 10 o’clock, Sept. 16, with Staff Sgt. Luc Duval and Mayor Jeanne Charlebois in the lead, followed by several officers, full-time and auxiliaries, members of the OPP dispatch, and several dozens grade 6 students from Paul VI (catholic) and Nouvel Horizon (public) schools. «The timing is excellent,” saidMadeleine Berthelot, director of the Hawkesbury food bank, “for helping us fill the shelves, as we are right now somewhat depleted. During the back-to-school season, at this time of the year, some families have to watch their extra spending and sometimes have to deal with other necessary expenses along with food.” TheOPPauxiliaryunit, inpartnershipwith the Smith Falls-based OPP communications centre, and with lots of community support, collected hundreds of non-perishable foodstuffs and other necessities for donation to both the Hawkesbury food bank and Mayor Jeanne Charlebois in the lead, followed by several officers, full-time and auxiliaries, members of the OPP dispatch, and several dozens grade 6 students from Paul VI (catholic) and Nouvel Horizon (public) schools.
It takes a community to help a community and the annual OPP Food Bank Drive has the support of everyone, young and old, in its drive for success. —photo Gregg Chamberlain
also to those in Vankleek Hill, L’Orignal, neighbouring Champlain Township, and to the food banks in the villages of Alfred
and Riceville, if supplies are available. The purpose of the Fridaymorning delivery run was to both deliver the goods to the local food bank and also to help promote public awareness of the food bank programs in Hawkesbury and other communities.
“This annual project is a wonderful way to bring the community together,” said Const. Mario Gratton, OPP spokesman, “and also to promote awareness among our students and other residents of the importance of supporting our local food banks.”
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