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    Homemade Ice Cream Pint Sale

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    March 23rd – 26th

    Young’s Jersey Dairy’s delicious homemade ice cream is on sale for $2.19 a pint!!

    All you care to buy, while supplies last. We start with several thousand pints of ice cream. This is a once a year sale, so don’t miss out! Stock up on Young’s homemade ice cream!

    Flavors that will be ready for pick-up:

    VanillaChocolate P-Nut Butter
    Cow PattyLemon Custard
    Mint Chocolate ChipNo Sugar Added Vanilla
    French VanillaCookies & Cream
    Sea Salty CaramelChocolate Fudge Brownie
    Key Lime CrunchCappuccino Latte Gelato
    ChocolateButter Pecan
    CoffeePeaches & Cream
    Chocolate ChipTiramisu Gelato
    Caramel Chocolate ToffeeLemon Sorbetto
    Black WalnutBubble Gum
    Black RaspberrySalty Caramel Pretzel Crunch
    P-Nut Butter CupGerman Chocolate Brownie
    Cookie DoughCotton Candy
    StrawberryOrange Sherbet
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