By Rosalyn Stephens
Special to the Valley Herald 

Local girl runs ice cream business


Last updated 8/3/2023 at 3:49pm

Rosalyn Stephens

Lemyn Welliver and her mother had ice cream on site for the car wash fundraiser on July 29. Nine year old Lemyn runs her own small business with help from her mother and father.

SPOKANE VALLEY - People wanting to help the community were also able to find cold sweet treats during the July 29 Giving Back Spokane car wash fundraiser at Umpqua Bank, 507 Hallett in Spokane Valley.

The treats were available because a local ice cream van was on site.

Lemyn Welliver, nine year old daughter of Sarah Welliver, owns her very own small business, Lem's Pops.

At five years old, Lemyn told her mom she wanted to run her own ice cream truck.

The business is stationed in Spokane, but service most of the region, including Spokane Valley, The West Plains, and greater Spokane County....

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