LEAVENWORTH - A tense exchange between a disgruntled mother and a Leavenworth ice cream has made its way onto social media. On June 27, Michelle Logan posted a video of her conflict with Cold Stone Creamery employees in Leavenworth after they were asked to leave the premises for not wearing proper personal protective equipment.
In the video, Logan says she disagreed with the parlor’s decision to kick her kids out despite them only using their sweatshirts to cover their face.
“You discriminated against kids,” Logan told employees in the video. “The governor says as long as your face is covered.”
“We were just following rules that were given to us by our boss and by the governor, I’m sorry,” the employee said in the video.
“I will make sure that everyone in Leavenworth knows that you guys discriminated against kids coming in here to have ice cream.”
“We get paid by the hour, so go for it,” another employee told Logan.
ifiBER ONE News was unable to reach Logan and Cold Stone Creamery for further comment.
The following is a face covering guideline released by Washington’s Department of Health several days ago:
The video in its entirety can be watched below:
iFIBER ONE News obtained the video from a Wenatchee community Facebook forum: