It is with a heavy heart that I write this e-mail.  We started Kilby Cream 12 years ago and it has been a wonderful experience.  We have met and served so many great people.  We hope that you and your families have made wonderful memories at the ice cream shop, just like we have.  

Bill and Phyllis are ready for (semi-)retirement, so it's time to pass the business along to two younger, farm families.  The Sensenig and Flahart families are excited about making Kilby Cream even better.  Their energy and excitement will be evident in the coming months as they become acquainted with all our wonderful customers.  Please make them feel welcome to our community.  We will miss all of you, but we are so happy that Kilby Cream will continue serving the community as a place for all our neighbors to relax and enjoy our delicious products!  Thank you so much for your support and encouragement throughout the years.

New Faces
 Cliff and Andrea Sensenig are fourth generation farmers. They started farming the Sensenig family farm in Pennsylvania as newlyweds in 2002. Their family has grown to include three children: Mallory, Westin, and Carmen.  From the beginning, Cliff's drive and determination led to growth and success as dairy farmers. Over the years, their farm has been through a lot of changes, growth, and diversification. Their informal motto is, "When you come to a fork in the road, take it!"  They are heading down a new path now with Kilby Cream.  Read more about the Sensenigs on their home farm's webpage here.

Agriculture has been an influential part of Ben and Liz Flahart's lives.  Ben started out helping on his grandmother's farm as a young boy.  In high school, he found employment at a local dairy farm.  He was also an active member of his high school FFA chapter and competed with the dairy judging team.  Liz was raised on her family's dairy farm and spent many hours working alongside her family caring for the cows.  She participated in 4-H, FFA and the Pennsylvania Dairy Princess and Promotion Program.  
Ben and Liz, along with their three children; Taylor, Alyssa and Delton, reside on a farm in southern Lancaster County, PA.  In addition to farming, Ben operates a trucking company and custom baling business.  Liz and the kids enjoy raising and showing Boer goats, Pygmy goats and Suffolk cross lambs.  Taylor and Alyssa are actively involved in 4-H, where Liz volunteers as a leader.  The family is members of Wesley Church.

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