Magruder High School Student Creates Ice Cream Business to Raise Money for the National Brain Tumor Society

by Patrick Herron

Lexi Suss, a rising senior at Magruder High School, recently started her own ice cream business to raise money for the National Brian Tumor Society. Lexi’s grandmother Jill Shultz passed away from glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, earlier this year.

“I love playing basketball but have found a new passion for making ice cream! My grandmother recently passed away in January from a glioblastoma. I recently donated 900 dollars, two months ago, to the National Brain Tumor Society from a popcorn fundraiser but decided to start my own small business just last month making my own ice cream with a variety of flavors! All profits are again going to be donated to the National Brain Tumor Society. Ice cream can be delivered locally in the DMV and also picked up.”

A few of the unique flavors she offers include banana, cake batter, candy cane, and raspberry ripple. You can learn more by visiting her Instagram @lexishomemadeicecream and you can order ice cream here. 

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