FLINT — Dairy Queen is once again teaming up with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to raise money for the children and families of Hurley Children’s Hospital during their annual Miracle Treat Day.
On Aug. 14, a portion of the proceeds from every Blizzard treat sold will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, which purchases critically needed medical equipment and Child Life resources for the pediatric programs at Hurley Children’s Hospital in Flint.
Several miracle children will be at the DQ Grill & Chill Restaurant, 2444 S. Center Rd., in Burton from 11 a.m.-noon. They include Drew Foster (who has brittle bone disease and a rare skin disease and was Michigan’s 2007 CMN Hospitals Ambassador), Kelsay Mannor (who along with her triplet sisters spent 8 weeks in Hurley’s NICU), and Archer Granger ( who survived a near-fatal industrial mower accident five years ago and was named Michigan’s
From 12:30-2:00 other miracle children will be at the Burton Dairy Queen (4145 S. Saginaw St.) and at the DQ/Orange Julius (2251 E. Hill Rd.) in Grand Blanc from 5:30pm-6:30pm. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals is dedicated to improving the health and welfare of all children by raising funds and awareness for the pediatric programs at Hurley Children’s Hospital. The founding principle of CMN Hospitals is that the funds raised stay in the community to improve the healthcare for local children.
The following Dairy Queen locations are participating in Miracle Treat Day:
4145 S. Saginaw Street, Burton
2444 S. Center Road, Burton
2251 E. Hill Road, Grand Blanc
12101 Market Place Drive, Birch Run
3450 W. Vienna Road, Clio
1089 E. Caro Road, Caro
309 Bennett St., Rose City — G.G.