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Ice cream benefiting Treat the Front Line Fund

Posted at 7:52 AM, Apr 28, 2020

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — Local ice cream shop, Crank and Boom is once again creating a special flavor for a good cause. This week's flavor is called "DR. MOOSE STACK."

In past weeks, Crank and Boom has released four flavors honoring Governor Andy Beshear, ASL translator, Virginia Moore and Kenneth Mansfield. Those flavors are: "Candy Beshear," "Beers with Beshear," "Virginia S'Moore," "Next MudSLIDE KENNETH," and "Y'all Can't BEE Doin' That."

This week's flavor honors Dr. Steven Stack, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Public Health. According to an email to their fans, Crank and Boom says, "Dr. Stack has been a crucial leader during this crisis and we are so grateful for the work he has done to keep Kentuckians safe and healthy."

This flavor of ice cream is described to be a take on the classic flavor, Moose Tracks. It's made with Vanilla Bean ice cream, swirled with homemade peanut butter sauce and dark chocolate bombe sauce.

$2 from the sale of each pint will benefit Crank & Boom's Treat the Front Line Fund. Recently, the ice cream shop created the Treat the Front Line Fund. It takes sponsorships and donations from the community to bring ice cream to healthcare heroes on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pre-ordering for "DR. MOOSE STACK" will close Thursday, April 30 at 11:59 p.m.