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Lowell restaurant steps up for traditional field trip treat | Community Spirit

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Lowell restaurant steps up for traditional field trip treat
Lowell restaurant steps up for traditional field trip treat

LOWELL, Mich.-- Thanks to local hometown eatery Keiser's Kitchen, students will get to their ice cream this year.

Every year at this time,  Bushnell Elementary teachers take students on a walk through the community to see how local businesses work. They  visit the  post office, bank, police station and shops. This year, thanks to Trudy Cahoon of Keiser’s Kitchen, they will also get ice cream on their walk through town.

The treat was put on hold after Ball's Softee Cream couldn't afford the rising cost of treating the students. So Cahoon stepped in to treat the kids for their $1.

 "I'll make them each clown sundaes and they can see how a restaurant works, after all, these kids are our community,” Cahoon said.

 Keiser's Kitchen has been in business since 1945.