Wheaton ice cream shop to host fundraiser for Jack's Army

Published: Friday, June 28, 2013 9:00 a.m. CDT

WHEATON – Tate's Ice Cream in downtown Wheaton will host a fundraiser for the Jack Pribaz Foundation during normal business hours Friday, June 28.

A percentage of all sales that day will be donated to Jack's Army, which helps fund research for a rare genetic disorder that causes seizures and epilepsy, according to the foundation's website. It is named after Jack Pribaz, the son of Wheaton North High School teacher and coach Mike Pribaz and his wife, Liz, who is afflicted with the condition.

To learn more about the Jack Pribaz foundation, visit www.jacksarmy.org.

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