(from l) Roxanne L’Esperance of BC Problem and Responsible Gambling; Trorry Wong of the HUB Online Network; Sam Kwok, owner of Sam’s Diner; and Jessica Clement of the HUB Online Network. (Photo credit: Gareth Smart)

(from l) Roxanne L’Esperance of BC Problem and Responsible Gambling; Trorry Wong of the HUB Online Network; Sam Kwok, owner of Sam’s Diner; and Jessica Clement of the HUB Online Network. (Photo credit: Gareth Smart)

Burgers a great way to combat Blue Monday

Nearly 80 people got a free burger and fries at Sam’s Diner on the ‘most depressing day of the year’

Jan. 18 was ‘Blue Monday’ — supposedly the most depressing day of the year — so the HUB Online Network cheered things up by giving away free hamburgers and fries at Sam’s Diner in Ashcroft, thanks to Community Initiatives funding from the BC Problem and Responsible Gambling program and the South Cariboo E. Fry Society.

In all, 78 burgers were given away, making Jan. 16 far from blue for some lucky people.



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