Brooke Spence proves that the Blizzard is thick enough to hold upside down on Miracle Treat Day.

Dairy Queen in Terrace raises nearly $30,000 on Miracle Treat Day

BC Children’s Hospital Fondation receives the proceeds from the annual one-day event.

Terrace residents responded to their sweet tooth and helped support Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day, raising nearly $30,000 at the one day event, Aug. 10.

The total came to $29,231.10, as added up by Dairy Queen owner William deHoog, who joked he was using all of his fingers and toes to help him count.

Proceeds from every Blizzard Treat sold go to the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

In 2016, Terrace can credit its sweet tooth with raising $29,218.27.

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