Wilmington DQ Grill & Chill supports Clinton County Youth Council


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From left are Eric Guindon, CCYC Executive Director, and Kylan Rowland, DQ Assistant Manager.

From left are Eric Guindon, CCYC Executive Director, and Kylan Rowland, DQ Assistant Manager.


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WILMINGTON — During the Free Cone Event on March 21, Wilmington Dairy Queen Grill & Chill on Rombach Avenue held a “Dip an Ice Cream Cone for $1” fundraiser to support the Clinton County Youth Council.

DQ fans could dip their free cone in either chocolate, cherry, or fruity blast for a $1 donation.

Dairy Queen was able to donate a total of $175 to the youth council.

Established in 1999, Clinton County Youth Council is at 302 W. Sugartree St. in Wilmington,. It is Clinton County’s only free after-school youth center, providing academic support, positive programming, and mentoring for youth in grades 6-12.

If you would like to donate, visit their Facebook page www.facebook.com/1CCYC .

From left are Eric Guindon, CCYC Executive Director, and Kylan Rowland, DQ Assistant Manager.
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