Mountain View High School Student Newspaper

Local Frozen Yogurt Shop Closes

Local Frozen Yogurt Shop Closes

Mar 31, 2014

After serving up frozen yogurt and happiness to locals of Mountain View for years, The Fro-Yo Shoppe called it quits tonight, March 31st. Leaving behind a legacy of 25 years of faithful service and unforgettable memories, Fro Yo will always be remembered by long-time customers.

Fro Yo employed many Mountain View High School students throughout the years, and it offered many teens their first work experience.

“Fro Yo was not a only a job, however a place full of memories and life lessons; memories from when I was a little kid getting ice cream with my mom, to my first job and the outstanding friends I made. We’re all a family!” said Nikki Moslehi, a sophomore at MVHS.

“Fro Yo taught me how to interact with all kinds of people, be a part of the community, and make a mean rootbeer float. That was my hang out place all through out elementary school and middle school, and I was so happy to get the chance to work there. I’m going to miss those green gummy bears and my family behind the counter.” said Katie Janson, a junior at MVHS.

“Froyo was the first job I ever had and may be the best job I will ever get. It was such a stress free environment and even though the job itself wasn’t very tough, I still learned a lot about employment and I had so many fond memories there. I will cherish my time there with the most wonderful people I know forever!” said Jessica Mallinar, a junior at MVHS.






  1. drew bosset /

    Ah a 62 word article, with a hint of conflict of interest, classic oracle indeed

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