Mavmeet Kaur, an employee at the Penticton Dairy Queen, is all smiles on Miracle Treat Day. Proceeds from each blizzard purchas will go to the B.C. Children’s Hospital. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)

Penticton celebrates Miracle Treat Day with Dairy Queen

What is your favourite flavour of blizzard?

With the temperature reaching the mid-30s today in the South Okanagan, it’s the perfect time to grab a Dairy Queen blizzard and participate in Miracle Treat Day.

The Penticton Dairy Queen had non-stop traffic during its annual event, with proceeds going towards the B.C. Children’s hospital. We went down there to find out everyone’s favourite blizzard, and grab one for ourselves!

There’s still time left to pick up your blizzard today and make miracles happen with Dairy Queen. And vote down below to let us know your favourite.

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