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Blizzard sales benefit Sanford Children’s Hospital Thursday

At least $1 from every Blizzard sold and Blizzard coupon sales will go to Sanford Health Foundation to support kids at Sanford Children’s Hospital.

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Dairy Queens in Worthington and Pipestone are once again participating in “Miracle Treat Day” Thursday, raising funds for Sanford Children’s Hospital, the region’s only Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.

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At least $1 from every Blizzard sold and Blizzard coupon sales will go to Sanford Health Foundation to support kids at Sanford Children’s Hospital with purchases of pediatric specialized equipment, programs like child life and art therapy, and direct child and family assistance.

“We’re looking forward to having 'Miracle Treat Day' back in the summer, so families can enjoy a treat on the sweetest day of the year while simultaneously helping kids in our region,” said Erin Sanderson, executive director of Sanford Health Foundation in Sioux Falls.

More than 25 Dairy Queen locations in 22 cities in South Dakota and Minnesota are participating in this year’s event. “Miracle Treat Day” helps raise $120,000 for Sanford Children’s every year.

Participating “Miracle Treat Day” locations include:

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  • Worthington: 1640 Humiston Ave. 
  • Pipestone: 301 Eighth Ave. S.E.
  • Sioux Falls, South Dakota: 204 North Kiwanis Ave.; 2100 South Minnesota Ave.; 4407 East 10th St.; 57th and Western; 5420 West 26th St.
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