Gananoque Tim Hortons update and other news from around town

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Tim Hortons Gananoque under new ownership

Gananoque’s Tim Horton’s is now under new ownership.

And the new owners, Nathan and Kylee Moore, are welcoming the community for Smile Cookie Week in the waterfront community.

That’s because, for the first time, the iconic week-long Tim’s fundraiser is being held in the spring, starting May 1 and running through May 7.

Cookies are $1.50, and all proceeds go to the Linklater Breakfast Club in Gananoque.

The new owners say volunteers are welcome to help decorate the cookies.

Last year’s Smile Cookies raised a record $19.7 million across Canada.

Havelock Alley disruption announced in Gananoque

The Town of Gananoque has announced a planned service disruption, which began Monday at 7 a.m., and will run until Friday, May 3 at 4 p.m.

The disruption includes the closure of Havelock Alley, from Georgiana to the Havelock Alley dead end, for a ditching project on the west side of Havelock Alley.

Town staff advises people to reach out to Public Works if they require a temporary parking pass during the alley closure.

For further information, contact: (613) 382-2149 Ext 1613 or email pwinfo@gananoque.ca.

Tree Give-Away program a success

The Tree Give-Away program was a hit in Gananoque.

The town has announced that the community contributed to well over 500 trees being planted within the municipality.

For further information on the Tree Give-Away week, people can contact (613) 382-2149 Ext 1613 or email pwinfo@gananoque.ca.

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