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Points of Pride: Belts' Soft Serve manager wants to continue legacy of ice cream shop (with video)

1:30 AM, Jul. 31, 2013
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Cole Racine has been working at Belts' Soft Serve since he was just 8 years old. He's next in line to become the owner of the famous soft serve stand, and he said running the place is something he has worked toward because of the pride his grandparents invested in the business.

But at the end of the day, his favorite part of working at Belts' is serving people.

The ice cream business is the most recent incarnation of the property at 2140 Division St. in Stevens Point, which has been a grocery store, a gas station and a coffee shop. In 1977, Racine's grandparents Don and Joyce Belt bought the property and ...

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