Wednesday’s McHappy Day benefits Huron House Boys’ Home

Volunteers from supporters of local charity 'pitch in' at McDonald's locations

McDonald's employee Christopher George, left, "trained" Lambton Shield Editor J.D. Booth as part of McHappy Day on Wednesday, May 3. The event, which occurs throughout Canada, in Sarnia supported Huron House Boys' Home.

Proceeds from Wednesday’s McHappy Day, an annual event sponsored by local McDonald’s franchisees Peter and Coleen Buckley, supported Huron House Boys’ Home.

Several volunteers from Huron House and invited media, including J.D. Booth, Editor and Publisher of Lambton Shield, participated at various McDonald’s locations in Sarnia.

Several Tepperman’s employees and others were involved in McHappy Day on Wednesday, May 3. Pictured, from left: are Paul Kern, a staff member at Huron House, along with Frank Venditti, Justin Round and Kelly Ash (all of Tepperman’s). On far right is Tom Deeprose, a member of the Sarnia Kiwanis Club.

Also taking part were volunteers recruited through Huron House Boys’ Home, including several from Tepperman’s (pictured).

McHappy Day is a tradition for community leaders and friends and supporters of the chosen charity.

Anyone who bought a hot drink, Happy Meal or Big Mac would have $1 of their purchase support Huron House.

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