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Dapper Doughnut offers free minis at grand opening

Mary Pickels
| Monday, March 5, 2018, 12:12 p.m.
Kristen Hull, owner of The Dapper Doughnut in Hempfield Township, poses for a portrait soon after her new business opened. A grand opening will be held at the New Stanton site on March 10.
Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review
Kristen Hull, owner of The Dapper Doughnut in Hempfield Township, poses for a portrait soon after her new business opened. A grand opening will be held at the New Stanton site on March 10.
A fresh order of mini doughnuts, from The Dapper Doughnut in Hempfield, flavored to customers' requests. The new business, located between New Stanton and Hunker, will hold a grand opening on March 10.
Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review
A fresh order of mini doughnuts, from The Dapper Doughnut in Hempfield, flavored to customers' requests. The new business, located between New Stanton and Hunker, will hold a grand opening on March 10.

The Dapper Doughnut shop, 1669 New Stanton Ruffsdale Road, New Stanton, will hold a grand opening 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on March 10.

Those attending will be able to sample free hot mini doughnuts as they are made.

The store, which opened in December , serves mini doughnuts, single one- or two-bite pastries made fresh upon customer order.

Kristen Hull, who runs the business with her husband, Darryl Hull, says toppings include blueberry lemon, chocolate peanut butter, birthday cake and s'more, along with seasonal choices.

The shop also sells coffee drinks and milkshakes blended with doughnuts and topped with a mini pastry on a straw.

Doughnut truffles, injected with flavors and dipped in Belgian chocolate, are another dessert option.

Doughnuts can be made for holiday and school parties, baby and wedding showers.

The cafe's back room also has a community library, with books for kids and grown-ups that can be perused during a visit or borrowed.

Details: 724-635-0024 or facebook.com/dapperdoughnutnewstanton/

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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