Graff is back

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Levi Hockenhull holds ice cream cones as he practices for the grand opening of Graff Dairy. 

Graff Dairy, 581 29 Road, will celebrate its grand opening at 10 a.m. Saturday morning.
The first person in line will win one free ice cream cone per day for the next three years. Line-up begins at noon Friday.
There will be free ice cream cones for the first 500 people, a bounce house, prizes, a car show and live animals.

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