Brian Mann (right to left), Ed Les and Joe Cassetta cook up hamburgers and hot dogs on Saturday at the Willoughby M&M Meat Shops for the location’s participation in M&M’s annual charity BBQ Day. The Canada-wide initiative benefits Crohn’s and Colitis Canada. The Walnut Grove M&M location also held a barbecue to raise funds. Since its inception in 1989, more than $23 million has been raised by the Charity BBQ Day.

Grilling for a good cause

M & M Meat Shops hold their annual Charity BBQ Day on May 10

Two Langley M&M Meat Shops — in Willoughby and Walnut Grove — were among those across the country who participated in the M&M’s annual Charity BBQ Day on May 10.

The Canada-wide initiative benefits Crohn’s and Colitis Canada.

Since its inception in 1989, more than $23 million has been raised by the Charity BBQ Day.

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