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On a mission for java

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Dec 11, 2012 - 12:54 PM |
Country music singer Larry Berrio, from left, Elgin Street Mission Chaplain René Soulliere, Levesque Tim Hortons owners Sue and Keith Ballance and Mission fundraising co-chair Gerry Lougheed Jr. share a toast in hopes that a Dec. 15 coffee concert-raiser will help replenish the stock at the Mission. Photo By Marg Seregelyi.

Country music singer Larry Berrio, from left, Elgin Street Mission Chaplain René Soulliere, Levesque Tim Hortons owners Sue and Keith Ballance and Mission fundraising co-chair Gerry Lougheed Jr. share a toast in hopes that a Dec. 15 coffee concert-raiser will help replenish the stock at the Mission. Photo By Marg Seregelyi.

The Elgin Street Mission is running low on coffee.

In response, Larry Berrio has dedicated his concert at Cousin Vinny’s Restaurant in Hanmer on Dec. 15 to replenishing the stock. He has called it a coffee concert-raiser.

Berrio is asking everyone to bring a can of coffee to support the Mission. The local Tim Hortons stores have committed to matching the first 200 cans of coffee. Anyone who can’t go to the concert but would like to contribute is asked to drop off a can of coffee at Cousin Vinny’s Restaurant or call 705-969-5644.

For more information, call Sue Balance at Tim Hortons at 705-690-9942, Berrio at 705-929-5817 or Gerry Lougheed Jr. at 705-688-6522.

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