World’s Largest Ice Cream Social!

Cold Stone Creamery stores throughout S.B., as well as nationwide, invite ice cream lovers to experience the joy of ice cream at the nostalgic 7th Annual Ice Cream Social, which promises wholesome family entertainment, fun activities, and lots of ice cream! Donations at this event, and all month long, will benefit the local Make-A-Wish Foundation Chapter. This year’s celebration includes the choice of two different 3-oz. creations developed by two Wish children. Emily developed a creation made with Nutter Butter ice cream mixed with yellow cake, KitKats, and white chocolate chips, while Jack combined marshmallow ice cream, Oreo cookies, chocolate chips, and fudge, to create the treat named for him! Customers joining in the festivities at either of the Cold Stone Creameries in S.B.(504 State St. or 5718 Calle Real) on Thursday, September 25, from 5-8 p.m., will receive a free 3-oz. serving of Emily or Jack’s Creation, while being encouraged to make a donation to this worthy cause. Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy. Call 680-8420 or visit for more info.

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