Alyssa Cox, 16, left, a junior at Belton High School, and Jessica Nabers, 15, a Belton High sophomore, enjoy the frozen yogurt at Yummy Rummy’s.
Alan Lloyd, top, and Stephanie and Chris Shannon share frozen yogurt with their children, Jack Shannon, 4, and Cori Shannon, 2, at Yummy Rummy's in Belton.
Jeff Rumfield, 17, a senior at Belton High School, serves Paula Baron from Belton. "My daughter said the frozen yogurt here is fabulous," said Baron, a first-time Yummy Rummy's customer.
Yummy Rummy's Yogurt & Vintage Candy Shop is at 511 Lake Road, Suite 105, in Belton.
Toby Rumfield checks one of Yummy Rummy's massive self-serve frozen yogurt machines.
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What: Yummy Rummy’s Yogurt and Vintage Candy Shop
Where: 511 Lake Road, Suite 105, Belton.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 1 to 10 p.m. Sunday.
Call: (254) 613-4313.
Posted: Wednesday, July 17, 2013 4:30 am
Posted on Jul 17, 2013
BELTON — What makes a man and his wife, both successful in high-paying careers, leave the corporate grind and return to a small Central Texas town to open a yogurt shop?
The way Toby Rumfield tells it, his family was sitting around the table at Thanksgiving dinner. “We were up in Baltimore, my folks weren’t.” Looking at his wife and kids, he had a sudden realization: “It just wasn’t fun anymore.” The time had come to move the family back home to Belton.
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