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  Durham Police gets McHappy

May 11, 2011 15:22 ET

The Durham Regional Police Service served more than just law and order on May 11 by volunteering at the Thickson Rd. & Highway 2 McDonald’s restaurant for McHappy Day.

Deputy Chief Sherry Whiteway, S/Sgt. Bob Roche and civilian member Zel Colacicco all helped with the 17th annual McHappy Day, a national fundraising effort of McDonald’s Canada. For every Big Mac sandwich, McMuffin sandwich and Happy Meal sold, $1 benefits Toronto’s Ronald McDonald House.

“McHappy Day gives us a chance for a meet-and-greet with the public while still helping an incredible cause,” said Deputy Chief Whiteway. “Taking a meal order or pouring a soft drink is just another way I can serve our community.”

Since its inception, McHappy Day has raised more than $31 million for Ronald McDonald’s Houses and other local charities. DRPS members will also be participating at Tim Hortons restaurants for Camp Day on June 1.

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McHappy thumb (JPG file, 45.6K bytes)
Deputy Chief Sherry Whiteway serves a McDonalds customer (JPG file, 166.9K bytes)