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July is, believe it or not, National Ice Cream Month. President Ronald Reagan, designated July as such in 1984. Also, the third Sunday in July is National Ice Cream Day- that's this Sunday, Ladies and Gentlemen. So, you'll have to eat ice cream in order to honor a National Month and Day.
In preparation, here is a little inspiration for you ....
The United States leads the world in annual production of ice cream and related frozen desserts at about 1.6 billion gallons in 2006. Source:http://www.idfa.org/facts/icmonth/page1.cfm
Some fun facts found at Everybody Loves Ice Cream:
Immigrants arriving to Ellis Island in the 1920s were given ice cream as part of a typical American menu. Some new arrivals mistakenly spread this "frozen butter" on their bread.
We hope this isn't still true-
In Newark, New Jersey, it is illegal to eat ice cream after 6 P.M. without a doctor’s note.
If you love ice cream or know someone who does- you MUST go, here
And for your information kick go, here

To have your own Ice Cream Social-
stop by Paper + Cup for these great, printable wooden spoons!

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