For the month of October, North Beverly Elementary fifth graders will benefit from the sale of Shooting Star ice cream at Cherry Farm Creamery.
The Shooting Star flavor, which consists of blue vanilla ice-cream with M&M's and cookie dough, was created by the students two weeks ago, owner Tom Jones said.
While Jones said Cherry Farm usually provides schools with ice-cream during socials, this is the first time a fundraiser will benefit the students.
The ice cream stand will be donating 50 percent of all sales (cones, pints, quarts and sundaes) of the flavor to the school to help the fifth grade class.
In the past, Jones said the business created an ice-cream flavor to benefit the Peabody Little League team that went to the Little League World Series, donating sales from that flavor to help with their trip to Williamsport.
Cherry Farm is open year round, Sunday-Thursday 12-9 p.m., and Friday-Saturday 12-10 p.m. Check out their Facebook page for more information.