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LEVANT - Ice cream workers across the state had their hands full this weekend as they scooped order after order of the dessert for customers celebrating National Ice Cream Day. This sweet holiday, according to the International Dairy Food Association, was started back in 1984 when President Ronald Reagan designated the third Sunday in July as National Ice Cream Day. 

"I couldn't believe it," said Carol Treadwell of Glenburn. The Treworgy's customer stopped into the locally owned ice cream shop in Levant Sunday afternoon. "We got here just before the busses of kids."

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LEVANT - Turkey day may be a couple months away, but that's not stopping a Levant business from celebrating the famous Thanksgiving bird a little early. The great gobbler was the inspiration for this year's corn maze design at Treworgy's family orchards on Union Street, and it's attracting quite a flock of visitors.

"We come up with the theme around the dining room table," explained Robin Pellerin, retail manager at Treworgy's. "It's my parents that started the farm and we run it as a whole family. We sit around the table and come up with a theme usually at the end of the season. It's my uncle that did the maze design."

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