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Ice cream for Acadia E-Mail Share via e-mail To Add a message Your e-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn 0 Comments Print By Andrea Pyenson Globe Correspondent August 23, 2016 Gifford’s Ice Cream
To recognize the centennial of Acadia National Park, Gifford’s Famous Ice Cream, the 41-year-old family-run ice cream company headquartered in Skowhegan, Maine, is offering two new flavors. Quarts of I Scream for Cake, cake-batter ice cream with bits of cake…
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It was part of a promotion for Cool Moon Ice Cream in Northwest Portland, which is celebrating an important milestone.
Instead of traffic tickets, one Georgia police officer dished out something much sweeter to the people he pulled over — ice cream.
When Officer Ed Smith of the Warner Robins Police Department stopped people for driving infractions last week, he gave them all a Dairy Queen Blizzard and let them go with a warning.
“Most of them were in complete disbelief,” Smith told TODAY.com. “One girl’s face, it was worth a thousand words. She thought she was in a lot of trouble.”
She could have been — Smith said he only pulled over people who were actually doing something wrong, per federal law.
“We can’t violate their Fourth Amendment rights, so there had to be probable cause for the stop to be made,” Smith said. “Failure to use a turn signal, burnt out taillights. We had one improper lane change.”
The sweet surprises were part of the police department’s “Traffic Stops for Blizzards,” program, their way to support “Miracle Treat Day,” in which $1 from every Dairy Queen Blizzard sold benefits Children’s Miracle Networks Hospitals