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Fort Wayne ice cream parlor giving back to community

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA 21) -

A pair of jukebox heroes are giving you a sweet way to give back to the Summit City.

The Juke Box Ice Cream parlour says that people can help the Community Harvest Food Bank with a scoop of "Indiana Pothole" or "Blue Moon" ice cream until Wednesday, as the money ffrom those sales will go to the food bank.

Husband/wife team John Leuthner and Uzma Rezvi opened the parlor on East State Boulevard near Parkview Randallia in June. The parlor boasts a refurbished jukebox loaded with music rom the 1950s and 1960s. To go along with the retro look, the parlor pays homage to old Fort Wayne with shots of old Lakeside Park and the area near the hospital.

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