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Annual Seniors Ice Cream Event Comes in All Flavors!

Submitted by Karon Weatherman, Sr. Citizen Director

The annual Homemade Ice Cream Freeze Off will be held Tuesday, June 29th at 1:00 at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center. All Senior Citizens are welcome to attend. You guys don’t want to miss this FUN and TASTY Event!

Here’s some features of the contest. Places will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Also we will be giving out 5 Honorable Mentions. Carriage House Manor is Sponsoring 1st 2nd and 3rd Place CANHelp is Sponsoring the 5 Honorable Mentions. The fun thing is that the Seniors get to be the Judges. You will be given 3 Poker Chips when you come in along with your Spoon and Bowl. After you sample all you can eat you will place one of your poker chips into the container in front of your 3 Favorite Ice Cream Flavors. We will count up the Poker Chips and the Flavor with the Most Poker Chips gets 1st Place.. We will award 2nd and 3rd the same way. 5 Honorable Mentions will follow suit.

Flavors of Homemade Ice Cream competing in the 2021 Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center Annual Ice Cream Freeze Off.

Hearts and Hands Homecare – Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cheesecake –  Meghan Reeves 

Hospice Plus – Chocolate Chip Toffee – Angie Sepulveda-Boehler 

Sulphur Springs Health and Rehab – Peach Cobbler  – Dana Peoples 

Hopkins Place – Chocolate Peanut Butter – Britney Brantley 

Serenity Plus – Banana Ice Cream – Miachel Herrera 

Heritage Home Health – Cantelope – Shelby Romans 

Sulphur Springs Imaging – Butterfinger – Stacey Wetzel 

Cypress Basin Hospice – Mint Chocolate Chip – Kassie Teal 

Embark Care – Britney Iltis – Strawberry 

Choice Hospice – Strawberry 

Birchwood Nursing and Rehab – Felicia Peasley – Vanilla 

Rock Creek — Tina Cox – Cherry Vanilla 

Angles Care – Libby Daves –  Dutch Chocolate 

Wesley House -Judith Beck –  Chocolate 

Wesley Oaks -Judith Beck –  Cherry Nut 

Shirley Brock – Heath Bar Crunch 

This is always so FUN for everyone and it is a GREAT way to beat the heat.

See you there at SS Senior Citizens Center, 150 MLK Drive

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