FOCUS - DECEMBER 2015 45 1874 SCUGOG ST. HWY 7A PORT PERRY 905-985-7420 170 CASIMIR STREET PORT PERRY 905-985-0715 Get ready for the chilly winds of winter. FIREPLACES AND GRILLS Savings of over 400 1799sale price New Tempur Impulse Mattress Set New Sealy Posturepedic Mattresses Now Available Half Price Box Spring with Purchase Christmas Special Up to 25 off Fully Adjustable Bases Tis the season for giving and isnt it a wonderful Christmas tradi- tion to be able to give a little some- thing special to people who really need and appreciate it Christmas will be here before we know it and as usual the residents of Scugog Township have the heart- warming opportunity to help others. Vos Independent Grocer is hav- ing a Toonie at the Till event for Operation Scugog that is on now until December 12. They will also be holding a One Day Toy Blitz on December 5. Herringtons Quality Butchers will have a cash donation box with all the proceeds going towards ground beef orders for the food bank. Foodland is also offering turkey bucks. Customers can then donate their turkey bucks to Operation Scugog and they in turn buy turkeys for people who otherwise would have to go without. There are many convenient loca- tions to drop off food and toys to help make everyones Christmas a merry one. Thanks to the following Port Perry businesses for partici- pating BMO Canadian Tire CIBC Foodland Gus Brown McDonalds Micklegate Realtor PP Print Royal Bank Scotiabank Scugog VisitorBusiness Centre Shoppers Drug Mart Vos Independent Grocer and Walmart. The public is also being encour- aged to donate items to brighten the holiday season for singles couples and teens such as gift cards. Karen Teed pointed out that Scugog is a very generous com- munity and without them we wouldnt be able to do what we do at Operation Scugog Food Bank. Thanks to everyone in advance for that famous local spirit of giving Lets work together to make sure that everyone has a nice surprise in his or her 2015 Christmas stocking. From left to right Norah Adams Zoe Mills Mary Stewart Victoria Chin Jack Parry Isabella Reid. Back left Taylor Fords Steve Staniland Kent Taylor and far right Bryce OHare along with these and many other kids carried out the boxes to pack up the van to deliver to the food bank on Tuesday November 3. To all involved - Way to go Starting the season with over a ton of food The kids at R.H. Cornish School took matters into their own hands this year along with the help of Taylor Ford. The school held a food drive for our food bank called Gobble Up Hunger Kids for Kids Food Drive. The whole school was involved and raised over a ton-and-a-half pounds. These six kids even went as far as instead of trick or treating for candy collected donations for Operation Scugog Food Bank.