Smiles everyone, smiles.
Smile Cookie week at Tim Horton's kicked off on Monday with over 900 cookies sold in High River.
And this year local Tim Horton's owners in High River, Kevin and Kim Generoux are donating the funds to the High River District Health Care Foundation.
100% of the proceeds this week, May 1-7, will go towards fundraising for a hand-held mobile ultrasound unit for the maternity clinic at the High River Hospital.
Dr. Danny Zimmerman, who's delivered over 400 babies, says the ultrasound they're raising money for will go a long way for staff and parents.
"What that lets us do in the maternity clinic is help to determine the position of babies, especially as Mom's approach their due date you always want to know if the baby is head down or bum down. And it can also help us determine things like how fast the baby's heart is beating, especially in early pregnancy to let moms and dads know their babies are okay.
Executive Director at the High River District Health Care Foundation, Wendy Kennelly, says the support from the local owners of Tim Hortons and their staff is making all the difference.
"You know, this is a team effort. They're working extra hard this week to bake all this cookies, thousands of cookies and it's really nice to see them behind the ownership, behind the cause and caring about us too."
Smile Cookie week goes right until this Sunday, May 7.