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The Yogurt Shoppe Celebrates One Year Anniversary

The sweet stop on Swarthmore Avenue will have party favors and special flavors to ring in the occasion.

The new kid on the block isn't so new any more! will be celebrating one year of business in the Village on Friday.

"We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to the entire community for making us feel so welcome in this amazing community I am fortunate to call home," said Kevin Sabin, owner.

The shop will be celebrating with a special cake flavor and party favors on Friday. students were tasked with naming the flavor this week. The winner will win a class yogurt party at The Yogurt Shoppe.

The Yogurt Shoppe is not only celebrating one year of business, it has also spent its first year in the Village raising money for schools, youth sports teams and the . Shop owners Kevin Sabin and Clive Lewis held Happy Hour fundraisers throughout the year, during which a percentage of sales from 5-7 p.m. went to a local organization. In 2011, the shop donated a total of $9,139.27 by way of Happy Hour alone!

Besides the Happy Hour fundraisers, Sabin and Lewis have donated hats and T-shirts to almost every local school and pre-school. The owners also donated sweet treats for yogurt parties for teacher appreciation luncheons and more.

Upcoming Happy Hour fundraisers are as follows:

  • Feb. 5-Feb. 18:
  • Feb. 19-March 3: Boy Scouts - Troop 400
  • March 4-March 17: griefHaven
  • April 1-April 14: The Mirman School
  • April 15-April 28:
  • April 29-May 12: Drama Department
  • May 13-May 26: Brentwood School
  • May 27-June 9: Lili Claire Foundation
  • June 10-June 23: Girl Scouts - Brownie Troop #5815
  • June 24-July 7: Pali High Cheer Team

So, go grab a spoon and celebrate for a good cause!

Amanda Salem February 10, 2012 at 07:33 PM
Congrats to Max Judah of Mr. Espinoza's class at Pali Elementary! He won the flavor naming contest by dubbing the one year anniversary cake flavor "A Wish in a Dish." Judah's third grade class will enjoy a yogurt party thanks to his creativity! A photo of his submission is in the pics above.
Steve Dickey February 10, 2012 at 08:54 PM
Please keep your revolving signs off the public sidewalks on Sunset Blvd. in violation of ordinance. The off-site sign was over a city block away from your front door. The clutter of signs put out on the sidewalks by real estate agents and others are littering our beautiful Village. Hopefully you will not replace the sign that was removed by a thoughtful citizen who was I suppose just cleaning up the neighborhood.

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