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June 27, 2004

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Ice cream store offering free dips for donations

Sylas & Maddys, 1014 Mass., is having a fund-raiser today for Ballard Community Center in Lawrence.

Customers who donate two nonperishable items will receive a free single dip of ice cream in a cake cone, sugar cone or dish. If customers donate four items, they receive a single dip of ice cream in a waffle cone.

The ice cream shop's employees are donating their time and tips to help the center.

The store, which has been open for seven years, is owned by Cindy England.

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