August 24, 2017

Published On August 24, 2017 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

1 It’s Burgers to Beat MS Day at A&W.

Order a Teen Burger and $2 will help those living with MS.

Canadian soccer star Christine Sinclair is the spokesperson this year, her mom has MS.


Five Things - 2The final Movie in the Park is tomorrow at Kingston Park in Chatham.

Family activities start at 6:30, movie on the 20 foot inflatable screen at dusk.

Tomorrow’s movie is Trolls.


Five Things - 3Prior to the draw last night, the Powerball jackpot climbed to about $760 million. The winning numbers were: 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26. Powerball number was 4.

One winning ticket was sold in Massachusetts. The lump sum cash payout is $480.5 million, minus taxes.

It was the second biggest jackpot in Powerball history.


Five Things - 4A grocery store in Germany made a statement about acceptance.

When customers walked into Edeka supermarket in Hamburg, Germany, recently they were surprised to find that the shelves were almost empty, and the small handful of products that remained were all made in Germany.

Signs around the grocery store read: “So empty is a shelf without foreigners.” Another sign read: “This shelf is quite boring without variety.”


Five Things - 5Arby’s is going to offer huge turkey legs as part of a promotion for the Game of Thrones season finale this weekend. Only at nine locations though.

While there is no end date for the turkey legs, they will be available for a limited time.

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