Help send kids to Zajac camp with Pirate Paks

Pirate Pak Day is Wednesday, Aug. 13 at White Spot in Chilliwack — and beyond.

White Spot's annual Pirate Pak Day is this Wednesday

Shiver me timbers!

Pirate Pak Day is Wednesday, Aug. 13 at White Spot in Chilliwack and beyond.

The seventh annual fundraiser donates $2 from the sale of every Pirate Pak to the B.C. charity that provides kids and young adults with life-threatening illnesses and chronic disabilities a memorable camp experience.

“Pirate Pak Day has become an annual celebration that helps young mateys facing life-long challenges,” said White Spot President Warren Erhart.

A total of 564 Pirate Paks were sold in Chilliwack last year, benefiting the summer camp charity Zajac Ranch for Children. That’s a big jump from the year before when 373 were sold locally in 2012.

They’ve raised $268,386 and sent more than 100 children to camp. White Spot Week at Zajac Ranch runs from August 18 to 22 and includes horseback riding and kayaking.

Adult Pirate Paks options for dine in or take out:

·Legendary Burger

·B.C. Chicken Burger

·Bacon Cheddar Bigger Burger

·Provolone Veggie Burger

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