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Wheeler Stewart, left, and Jeff Orr dole out treats from their Kona Ice Mountain Maryland truck. The pair donate 20 percent of their sales to local groups and charities.
Kona Ice owners dole out treats, give back to the community
CUMBERLAND — In addition to serving tasty treats and putting a smile on patrons’ faces, Oakland residents Wheeler Stewart and Jeff Orr, owners/operators of Kona Ice Mountain Maryland, do their part to give back to Allegany and Garrett counties. The number one theme of Kona Ice is that if you give it back, it’s going to come back to you, said Stewart.
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