Julie Clark helps grandson Jack Davis celebrate his second birthday by sharing a smile-inducing Blizzard at the Salmon Arm Dairy Queen on Thursday, Aug. 9 – Miracle Treat Day at the restaurant where net proceeds from each Blizzard sold are donated to the Children’s Miracle Network and BC Children’s Hospital. (Lachlan Labere/Salmon Arm Observer)

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Miracle Treat Day at Salmon Arm Dairy Queen raises funds for BC Children’s Hospital

Julie Clark helps grandson Jack Davis celebrate his second birthday by sharing a smile-inducing Blizzard at the Salmon Arm Dairy Queen on Thursday, Aug. 9 – Miracle Treat Day at the restaurant where net proceeds from each Blizzard sold are donated to the Children’s Miracle Network and BC Children’s Hospital.

Related: Miracle Treat Day returns Aug. 9 in support of BC Children’s Hospital

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