Friday, August 12, 2011

It Would Be Nice if You Ate Some Ice Cream This Weekend

Posted By on Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 11:59 AM

The Dairy Queen on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Sixth Street is donating all the proceeds from sales made on Saturday, Aug. 13, to an educational fund for the daughter of an employee killed last year.

A flyer in the window of the store says employee Lissette Chittenden was killed in a car accident, leaving her nine-year-old daughter behind. They’ve been collecting money for the girl’s college fund since Saturday, July 30, and will donate all of the money made Saturday to the fund.

Ice cream and helping pave the way for a little girl’s education? That’s a win-win.

This is the sign in the window at Dairy Queen.
  • This is the sign in the window at Dairy Queen.

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