Great day for doughnuts | DrumhellerMail
Last updateThu, 17 Jun 2021 8am

Great day for doughnuts

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On Friday, June 5, the Salvation Army participated in Doughnut Day and delivered donuts to Emergency service providers in the valley. National Donut Day is a tradition that dates back to WW1 when Salvation Army volunteers cooked doughnuts to cheer up the army troops. The tradition has been revived and is now spreading across Canada. (l-r) Constables Victor Iliescu and Dale Selbee are appreciative to receive the treats from Audrey Smith, Amanda Courtenay, Loretta Simmonds, and Judith Orosz.

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