Miracle Treat Day

Dairy Queens across the country cntributed the proceeds from blizzard sales on Aug. 13 to children's hospitals.

Quesnel’s Dairy Queen staff were hopping Aug. 13 with the demand for blizzards where all the proceeds from sales of the tasty treat that day were donated to B.C. Children’s Hospital. Quesnel’s outlet contributed $4

Quesnel’s Dairy Queen staff were hopping Aug. 13 with the demand for blizzards where all the proceeds from sales of the tasty treat that day were donated to B.C. Children’s Hospital. Quesnel’s outlet contributed $4,727 to the cause and owner Dan Burt, second from the right and his staff ensured each blizzard lived up to the thickness standard.

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