Lloydminster RCMP say their Stuff the Cruiser campaign was a success.
On Sunday, May 31, officers were positioned outside the Co-op Marketplace, Safeway, and Superstore to collect food donations for the Salvation Army food bank. Over the 5-hour drive, Lloydminster residents stuffed almost 20 cruisers full of donations, amounting to around 9,000 lbs of food.
“This event showed the true heart of Lloydminster residents,” said Constable Grant Kirzinger. “This was a huge success for the food bank. We were told that supplies were getting low and that this drive has provided enough to get through the summer and into the fall season. The Lloydminster RCMP want to thank the fire department, public safety, the City of Lloydminster, Co-op Market Place, Superstore and Safeway for their support. We look forward to this event again next year.”