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Sidney's DQ makes contribution


Amanda Tafolla-Sutton / Sun-Telegraph

Anthony Sullivan gets his face painted by Cool Kid Club teacher Karson Dingman at Thursday's Miracle Treat Day at Sidney's

Sidney Dairy Queen participated in the National Miracle Treat day Thursday, one of many fundraisers Dairy Queen participates in to benefit the Children's Miracle Network.

For more then ten years Dairy Queens across America celebrate Miracle Treat Day annually.

"The Miracle Network started in 1984 as a telethon put on by Marie Osmond and John Schneider, who played Boo Duke on Dukes of Hazard. They raised five million dollars and donated to twenty-two hospitals that first year," Miranda Barnard, Director, Public Relations said.

Barnard said, the network has 170 children's hospitals across t...

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