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Ice Cream for a Cause - Halton Hills Youth Dream of Feeding Kids a Reality

If you’ve been to the Georgetown Farmers Market this summer, you may have noticed a new ice cream booth. Chase’s Creamy Dreamy Ice Cream shares a booth with Rachel’s Gourmet at the south end of the market. “Chase has Cerebral Palsy and hearing loss,” says mom, Rachel. “When COVID started Chase decided he wanted to help a charity. He looked at several and picked Food4Kids.” When asked why he selected Food4Kids Chase explains that he watched a video on their website about a girl whose father left, and mom couldn’t work. “I don’t want kids to feel bad. I help give them freedom and lift their spirits” explains 13-year-old Chase who attends Silver Creek Public School. Chase’s goal is to raise $400, “enough to feed one child for a year” he explains. To date, he has raised $258.35. He has a friend, Gaby Castillo, who helps him make and sell the ice cream. She also designed the team’s logo. Every week they carry a feature flavour. So far they have made salted caramel, banana, orange, wildflower honey vanilla, and Oreo. The ice cream sells for $2 with fifty cents going to Food4Kids. If you have a chance to visit the market stop by and say hi to Chase and Gaby and, of course, buy some ice cream, it’s for the children after all.


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