Last week, Tim Horton's aimed to put a smile on your face during Smile Cookie Week.

The annual fundraiser sees cookies purchased for $1, with 100% of the proceeds donated to local charities.

"We had a great week. It was a lot of fun," said Bob Carey, owner of Drumheller Tim Horton's. "Actually, we ran out of Smile Cookies Friday afternoon for a short little while until we got a delivery truck and then we were back up for the weekend."

This year, the local Tim Horton's raised just over $3,600.

"As in past years, it's going to St. Anthony's and Greentree's breakfast programs," explained Carey.

"We had an extremely fun week and I just wanted to say thank-you to everyone from Drumheller and the surrounding area that supported Smile Cookie. It's going to a great cause."

Carey is looking forward to presenting the two schools with the money for their breakfast programs in the near future.

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