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McHappy Day fun on May 10 benefits local kids

Partial proceeds from the fundraising day will support Reach
Reach Photo McDonald’s manager Holly Sorely, left and Delta Police Deputy Chief Michelle Davey are pictured outside the Tsawwassen location.

There will be children’s activities, entertainment and family fun at Ladner and Tsawwassen McDonald’s restaurants on McHappy Day coming up Wednesday, May 10.

Partial proceeds from McHappy Day in South Delta have been benefitting children with extra needs at Reach Child and Youth Development since 2009.

“McHappy Day is all about laughter, fun and giving back! Bringing our community together for McHappy Day is just what everyone needs right now,” said Reach fundraising manager Tamara Veitch.

Owner/operator Nauman Jutt and McDonald’s staff are generously continuing its long-standing support to Reach initiated by former owner Steve Krawchuk.

Delta Police and the Delta Fire Department will be present at the drive thru and inside restaurants as usual, interacting with patrons. Reach is also grateful to volunteers and community groups who make face painting, crafts, and tattoos possible for kids at lunchtime (11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.) and after school (3 to 6 p.m.). Entertainment will include local students from Southpointe Middle School Choir at 3:15 in Tsawwassen and from the Delta Secondary Theatre Company in Ladner at 3:45 p.m.

There’s also a McHappy Day raffle to win a LG 75″ UHD HDR LED webOS Smart TV. Tickets are on sale now in the Ladner and Tsawwassen restaurants until the dinner time draw date on Wednesday, May 10. McHappy Day socks in adult and children’s sizes and spin the wheel to win a treat will be available day-of in both locations as usual.

-Submitted by Reach Child and Youth Development