Pirates rejoice

Back by popular demand, White Spot’s special edition Adult Pirate Paks are sailing onto tables Aug. 17 to once again raise money for Zajac Ranch for Children.

To celebrate the fourth annual Pirate Pak Day Aug. 17, $2 from the sale of each kids and adult Pirate Pak will be donated to the Zajac Ranch, a longtime B.C. charity dedicated to giving children with life-threatening illnesses and chronic disabilities an unforgettable summer-camp experience.

With more than $105,000 raised over the past three years, White Spot has sent a total of 50 kids to Zajac Ranch since 2008.

“For one day only, adults have the opportunity to be kids again and reminisce about the excitement and magic of childhood dining experiences at White Spot, all for a fantastic cause,” White Spot president Warren Erhart said in a release. “Last year, we raised a record $40,822 in one day. This year, we’re hoping to donate even more to Zajac Ranch for Children.”

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