Miracle Treat Day benefits children’s hospitals across the country


By Geri Gibbons - [email protected]



Eliana Parra , 10, of Wyoming, peers through a hole of an ‘Angry Birds’ game set up in the Dairy Queen parking lot in Kingston during Miracle Treat Day.


Pete G. Wilcox | Sunday Dispatch

Samara Campenni, 10, from left, Lucia Campenni, 8, Ella Campenni, 6, and Jackson Reynolds, 4, all of West Pittston, dig into their Blizzards at Dairy Queen in Kingston on Thursday.


Pete G. Wilcox | Sunday Dispatch


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    KINGSTON — Area residents, including some from Greater Pittston, enjoyed a Dairy Queen Blizzard on Thursday while helping Children’s Miracle Network hospitals.

    National Miracle Treat Day, a partnership between the Children’s Miracle Network and Dairy Queen, meant that for every Blizzard sold at least $1 would be donated to network hospitals.

    Dairy Queens across the country participated.

    Eliana Parra , 10, of Wyoming, peers through a hole of an ‘Angry Birds’ game set up in the Dairy Queen parking lot in Kingston during Miracle Treat Day.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_treatday01.jpgEliana Parra , 10, of Wyoming, peers through a hole of an ‘Angry Birds’ game set up in the Dairy Queen parking lot in Kingston during Miracle Treat Day. Pete G. Wilcox | Sunday Dispatch

    Samara Campenni, 10, from left, Lucia Campenni, 8, Ella Campenni, 6, and Jackson Reynolds, 4, all of West Pittston, dig into their Blizzards at Dairy Queen in Kingston on Thursday.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_treatday03.jpgSamara Campenni, 10, from left, Lucia Campenni, 8, Ella Campenni, 6, and Jackson Reynolds, 4, all of West Pittston, dig into their Blizzards at Dairy Queen in Kingston on Thursday. Pete G. Wilcox | Sunday Dispatch

    By Geri Gibbons

    [email protected]

    Reach Geri Gibbons at 570-991-6117 or on Twitter @TLGGibbons

    Reach Geri Gibbons at 570-991-6117 or on Twitter @TLGGibbons

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