Scream For Ice Cream

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Stefani Wood of Jasper, 14, laughed after being pelted with a glob of ice cream during Christian Church of Jasper’s teen ministry activity Wednesday night in Jasper. The teen ministry, called The Well, coordinated the outing in which about 70 teenagers built an ice cream sundae with 20 gallons of ice cream in a 100-foot trough. The participants promptly turned the project into an ice cream fight. Throughout the summer, The Well has been hosting “Summer Nights,” a program with activities for teens on Wednesday nights. The next event will be a pool party Wednesday followed by the final activity, a drive-in movie night July 31 at dusk.

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Youth coach Darren Wagner wound up to toss a spoonful of ice cream during the Christian Church of Jasper's teen ministry weekly activity Wednesday night. The group tried to build the world's largest ice cream sundae. The event promptly turned into an ice cream fight.

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Donald Bough of Jasper, 16, left, sprayed whipped cream onto a portion of an ice cream sundae for his friends Sam Horen of Jasper, 16, Samuel Reynolds, 15, and Hayley Morin, 18, both of French Lick, and Kacee Harrison of Dubois 16, during the Christian Church of Jasper's teen ministry weekly Wednesday night activity.

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Cassie Weisman, 13, left, Stefani Wood, 14, and Noah Mehringer, 14, all of Jasper, dug into a trough of ice cream during the Christian Church of Jasper's teen ministry weekly activity Wednesday night. This week's idea was building the world's largest ice cream sundae.



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