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Glaciers Frozen Yogurt celebrates grand opening

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Terrace Heights, WASH.--Glaciers Frozen Yogurt in Terrace Heights celebrated their grand opening Saturday.

Staff said they'll keep their doors open all night, or at least until people stop coming in.

People got 50 percent off their purchases Saturday, and they had a coloring contest for the kids.

Glaciers is a family-run business and has been open since mid-July.

"We get a lot of high schoolers after school's out, and a lot of people coming in after dinner," said Marsha Deccio. "We just love the crowd out here."

Glaciers has over 90 toppings to choose from.

They were recently voted one of the top three best new businesses in Yakima.

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