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Conquering Childhood Cancer…One Scoop at a Time

Ice cream is a popular summer treat, especially when the weather turns hot. Now, Turkey Hill Dairies has teamed up with the Four Diamonds Fund to give people a “cool way to conquer childhood cancer.”

Starting today, ice cream lovers in Central Pennsylvania will be able to purchase some hand-dipped ice cream– formerly known as Fudge Ripple. The ice cream, which will be known as “Four Diamonds Fudge” up until Labor Day, can be purchased at 14 different locations in the Harrisburg-York-Lancaster region, including Hersheypark.

When you visit the Turkey Hill Experience in Lancaster every Wednesday until September 6, one dollar from every admission ticket will be donated to the Four Diamonds Fund, and you will receive a free scoop of Four Diamonds Fudge.

When you purchase the ice cream, you can also enter to win a free supply of Turkey Hill ice cream for a whole year. Free ice cream for charity and a chance to win free ice cream for a year? Sounds like an awesome way to spend your summer vacation!

Sadly, Turkey Hill ice cream lovers in State College won’t get a chance to get a scoop of the ice cream, or even to get a pint/gallon of it, but now that gives ice cream lovers a chance to take a road trip to the Harrisburg region for some!

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About the Author

Meghin Moore

Meghin is a senior majoring in Broadcast Journalism and minoring in English. She transferred from the Harrisburg campus as a junior to finish out her schooling at University Park. She has a passion for all things music, fashion, art, and food. She's a Pennsylvania native (born outside of Pittsburgh, and lived in Lebanon for 11 years), but resides in Virginia when she's not in school, and has moved a total of ten times in her life, mostly thanks to the military.


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