Staff at the Lacombe Dairy Queen enjoyed Miracle Treat Day on Aug. 8th, where proceeds from the sales of Blizzards go to support the Stollery Children’s Hospital. From left are Manager Christian Padilla, Jaden Sherwin, JR Madrid, May-Ann Balot, Ashley Larkin and Marv’s Garcia. Mark Weber/Lacombe Express

It’s Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day!

Children at Stollery Children’s Hospital to benefit from net proceeds of all Blizzard treats Aug. 8th

Dairy Queen and Stollery Children’s Hospital invite Lacombe residents to make miracles happen on Miracle Treat Day.

On Aug. 8th, Dairy Queen fans in Lacombe are encouraged to continue the 17-year tradition of making miracles happen by visiting their local Dairy Queen to celebrate Miracle Treat Day.

Proceeds from every Blizzard treat sold at participating Dairy Queen locations in Lacombe, will be donated to Stollery Children’s Hospital, one of 12 Children’s Miracle Network member hospitals across Canada.

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