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The 411: Youth


Bowen wins ice cream contest


Bowen wins ice cream contest
Library Director Nicki Stohr presents William Bowen with a new Cuisinart Ice Cream and Sorbet Maker. Bowen won first place at the Ice Cream Freeze-off July 9 in the Sam Fore Jr. Wilson County Public Library.


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William Bowen, age 10, is the winner of the Ice Cream Freeze-off held at the Sam Fore Jr. Wilson County Public Library July 9.

There were 49 tasters to participate in a blind taste test. Each participant was provided with a small serving of each ice cream. They were asked to leave a voting slip in a cup nearest to the ice cream that they liked the best.

Some participants “just couldn’t decide between two flavors!” so they split their votes.

While Shelley Joy’s strawberry ice cream was a strong leader throughout the morning, several teens voted for William’s oatmeal crème pie because it was so unique.

Other flavors were apple pie, cinnamon white chocolate, and Ghirardelli chocolate.

William received a new Cuisinart Ice Cream and Sorbet Maker for his efforts.
 

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