Pirate Pak Day raises $50K for Zajac Ranch

The fifth annual event has raised a total of $202,470

Just over $50,000 was raised for Mission’s Zajac Ranch for Children Aug. 15 during White Spot Restaurants’ Pirate Pak Day.

Two dollars from each Kids and Adult Pirate Pak sold on Wednesday went to the camp, located on the shores of Stave Lake, north of Mission. Now in its fifth year, the event has collected $202,470 and sent more than 100 kids to camp.

Said White Spot President Warren Erhart, “On Wednesday we sold 23,110 Pirate Paks to both the young and young at heart, allowing us to help even more kids enjoy the wonderful and enriching experiences that Zajac Ranch has to offer.”

White Spot will be sending kids to Zajac Ranch for “White Spot Week” from Aug. 27 to 31, allowing them to participate in a variety of activities such as horseback riding, kayaking, water sports and arts and crafts. The ranch is for children with with chronic, life-threatening and/or debilitating conditions.

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