Rolled ice cream, personal training, junk removal
- In Hanover there is a veteran-owned company for the removal and transport of garbage.
- Lisa Kile opened Alpha Strength Training on York Street.
- Dani Rose Crafted Cream Food Truck will sell rolled ice cream.
Hand-rolled ice cream comes to Hanover.
After Briana Fodor went on vacation to Thailand two years ago and saw the ice cream roll, she knew she wanted to bring it home.
Fodor will be selling handmade, hand-rolled ice cream in their food truck – Dani Rose Crafted Cream – which will be in the parking lot of the shopping center in North Hanover from April 27th.
“It’s more bespoke,” said Fodor of the difference between rolled and scooped ice. “Usually it feels more frosty because it comes from such a cold surface.”
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This is how it works: Take a normal ice cream mixture, pour it onto a freezing surface between -15 and -25 degrees, mix in the toppings and then roll them up.
The truck will be parked in the shopping center parking lot on the corner of Eichelberger and Eisenhower streets.
The opening times in May are Wednesday to Friday from 3pm to 8pm and Saturday from 12pm to 8pm. And in June the hours are longer: Tuesday to Thursday from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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Depending on how the business develops, Fodor can open a storefront. But at the moment she has the trailer and is available for small events.
To book the truck for an event, email Fodor at [email protected] or on the Facebook page.
Alpha strength training
In late March, Lisa Kile turned a passion into a career and opened her own gym.
Originally, Kile worked in the auto industry, but because of her love of helping others and leading healthy lives, she decided to switch careers.
“Most adults are bogged down by the day, taking a back seat, and often their health,” said Kile. “What I give my clients is a way not just to focus on them, but they can take the stress out of the day several times and take the time to get a little healthier and get stronger.”
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Kile offers personal training for individuals and partners, competition training for powerlifting and weightlifting, training for marathons, triathlons and festivals as well as training for the athletic development of young people. Her lessons are customer oriented and she will offer special classes like yoga or spin all year round.
“As a mother of two girls, it’s great to be able to show them that one woman can do anything,” said Kile.
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Alpha Strength Training is located at 398 York Street, Suite 13, in Hanover. You can find more information about the courses on offer on the Facebook page.
JDog Junk Removal & Hauling
In March 2019, Shawn and Amy Stroop officially opened their veteran store.
JDog Junk Removal and Hauling provides commercial and residential garbage disposal services for South Central Pennsylvania
“If we can help some of these veterans find employment and immerse themselves in the experiences they once had in the military, then we have done our part,” said Shawn Stroop.
The company tries to be as environmentally friendly as possible and recycles 60 to 80 percent of its transports.
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The Stroops are working with Veteran’s Affairs to recruit more veterans and hope to open a nonprofit in the future to support veterans affected by homelessness.
The office is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and can be reached at 1-844-438-5364 or online.
Sophie Kaplan is a reporter for The Evening Sun. Follow her on Twitter @yofisofi.