Event:      Scott County Historical Society ice cream social

Date:  Tuesday, July 15, 2014
The annual Scott County Historical Society ice cream social will be held from 5-7:30 p.m. at Historic Summit Church, 220th Avenue and 210th Street (Utica Ridge Road and Blackhawk Trail, 3.6 miles north of 53rd Street), Davenport. Prices for a dessert, ice cream, and drink are $4; $2 for ages 5-11; free for ages 4 and under. Maximum family price is $20. Desserts only, sloppy joes, hot dogs, and chips also will be available for purchase; all food is available for carryout. Proceeds will go toward the maintenance of the church. Email for details before July 11.

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