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To add to the already glimmering sunshine today, local eatery Sunny's Modern Diner is fixing to spread their own form of cheer.
In honour of National Milk Shake Day, the new Bernard Avenue restaurant is donating $1 from every shake sold to the SPCA. This isn't the only time Sunny's has beamed with philanthropy.
It is common knowledge that year round, customers can play DJ while dining and pick their favourite album from the restaurant's personal vinyl selection to spin for a donation to the SPCA. The love of the SPCA comes from the restaurant's mascot, 14-year-old golden retriever, Sunny.
Perfect to cool you down while enjoying the Okanagan heat, the diner offers old-school shakes in the classic flavours of strawberry, chocolate or vanilla. If you have nowhere to be, you can even go as far as to add a splash of your favourite liqueur to amp things up a bit.
"It's a great opportunity, especially on a day like today, to pop by in the late afternoon, enjoy a milkshake and support the SPCA," said Sunny's Chef and Manager, Robyn Sigurdson.
Located at 235 Bernard Ave, Sunny's is open until 3:30 p.m. today!
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