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Help send kids to camp on Pirate Pak Day

Calling all buccaneers! On Aug. 13, adults can feel like kids again when they enjoy an Adult Pirate Pak at 61 White Spot restaurants throughout British Columbia, including the one in Mission at the Junction Mall, and in Abbotsford at the corner of South Fraser Way and Ware Street, and at the Ramada Plaza on North Parallel Road.

Two dollars from the sale of every Pirate Pak sold that day will be given to the Zajac Ranch for Children, located on the shores of Stave Lake.

This is the seventh year of the Pirate Pak Day fundraiser, and has so far raised $268,386 and has sent more than 100 children to camp.

Zajac Ranch provides kids and young adults with life-threatening illnesses and chronic disabilities a memorable summer camp experience.

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