McHappy Day in Port Hawkesbury

One of Port Hawkesbury McDonald’s managers, Robb Baird, took a pie to the face during the store’s McHappy Day celebrations on May 8. The store raised a total of $4,671 in support of the early childhood intervention services.
Photos by Drake Lowthers — Port Hastings Fire Chief Jim Cavanugh participated in Port Hawkesbury’s McHappy Day on May 8, and was stationed at the restaurant’s second-window handing out meals to hungry individuals.
Roseina Skinner is pictured here shortly after taking a pie to the face in support of the early chidhood intervention services in Port Hawkesbury as part of McHappy Day on May 8.
The team at the Port Hawkesbury McDonalds pose for a quick photo during a very busy McHappy Day last Wednesday. The event, which is the longest-running, best-known national fundraising event had more than 1,400 restaurants celebrating this year and a total of $4,761.00 was raised in Port Hawkesbury.
A brand new golden arches was installed at the McDonalds on Reeves Street in Port Hawkesbury just in time for the 26th annual McHappy Day. Members from Seven Signs installed the neon sign on May 7.