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August 8: Dairy Queen donating all Blizzard proceeds to Children's Miracle Network

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

On Thursday, August 8, all Dairy Queen locations in the area will celebrate their seventh annual Miracle Treat Day and donate proceeds from every Blizzard sold that day to Children's Miracle Network at The Medical Center. Dairy Queen will serve up a variety of Blizzard treats during Miracle Treat Day.

Miss Georgia Carly Mathis and Miss Columbus State University Katelyn Pawlowski will be serving up Blizzards at the Macon Road location from 12:00 until 1:00 p.m., at which time they will travel to The Medical Center to deliver frozen treats to patients on the Pediatric floor at 2 p.m. 

Dairy Queen has been a supporter of CMN since 1984, raising more than $70 million for critically ill and injured children during that time.

The Children's Miracle Network at The Medical Center was established in 1995.  Since then, it has raised more than $3 million.  Every dollar raised by Children's Miracle Network at The Medical Center stays in the community to help children treated at The Medical Center.  The Medical Center is one of 170 Children's Miracle Network hospitals in North America and only one of six hospitals in Georgia.

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