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The Rotary Club of Twin Falls is sponsoring its First Annual Ice Cream Funday event to be held in City Park in Twin Falls, ID Saturday, June 18th from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in conjunction with Art in the Park.

Cloverleaf Creamery worked with local companies to create their own unique ice cream flavors which will be judged by the public. The winning ice cream flavor will be featured as Cloverleaf Creamery’s July Flavor of the month! There is also an award for the best ice cream name.

Photo By: Darren Baker (“For anyone who loves ice-cream, this is the Event for them. This is the “Iron Chef” of ice cream because there will be flavors no one has ever tried before!” And what could be better than eating ice cream and raising money for charity at the same time? said Jim Ponzo, President of the Rotary Club of Twin Falls.

The Ice Cream Funday’s participants are: Ataraxis Accounting & Advisory Services; D.A. Davidson & Co.; D.L. Evans; First Federal; Foster Productions; Freedom Auto Finders; Idaho Power; New Leaf Properties; Pipeco Inc.; St. Edward’s Catholic School; Stephan, Kvanig, Stone & Trainor; St. Luke’s Magic Valley; Twin Falls Insurance Restoration; Walmart; Worst, Fitzgerald & Stover.

The Ice Cream Funday will be held from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at City Park in conjunction with Art in the Park; Admission is $8.00 per adult and $4.00 for Kids 11 & under. In addition to the ice cream tasting, there will be the other activities provided by “Art in the Park’ such as music, kids activities, food vendors and art exhibits. So it will be a great family day.

All proceeds will benefit both local charities and Rotary International Polio Plus Project.  This fundraiser is sponsored by the Twin Fall’s Rotary Club.

For more information, please contact Jill Skeem, Committee Chairperson, at 320-2786 or by email

About the author

Jill Skeem( - Jill Skeem relocated to the Twin Falls area in December 2003 after graduating from the Strengthening Health Institute, a premiere macrobiotic educational facility located in Philadelphia, P.A. and is also a graduate from The Ohio State University. Jill has been studying food since 2001 and is a certified macrobiotic health counselor, educator and chef. She has taught cooking classes at Rudy’s –A- Cook’s Paradise and community education classes focusing on health and wellness at CSI. Jill lectures around the Magic Valley to companies and organizations, is a contributing writer to the Times-News where she was featured for her work with the former Managing Editor, Chris Steinbach, and is the food critic for the popular “Eat Cheap” Series. She has also contributed articles to the Spirit of Valley, Southern Idaho Living, Inside Twin publications. In addition, she has a private macrobiotic health counseling practice. She founded the Magic Valley Leads Group, is a Board member of the Rotary Club of Twin Falls and the co-host with Kelly Klaas on Top Story in the mornings on KLIX 1310 a.m.

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