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Cooling off on a hot summer night with free ice cream in Pine Ridge Park
July 27, 2017 at 5:31 a.m.
Three-year-old Amelia Sykes of Elm Hill Drive takes a huge bite of her frozen vanilla treat.
Six-year-old Valencia Loor-Steinberg of Brookside Way was quick to scarf down her frozen treat.
General Foreman of the Rye Brook Highway Department Paul Vinci and Joe Orlando of the village’s Parks and Recreation Office scoop ice cream to keep the long line of 40 people moving.
Einav Ferentz, 9, of Argyle Road, enjoys a blast of blueberry flavor.
Most of the frozen treat made it into Ryan Sager’s mouth instead of being splattered around on his face. His mother Jessica of Windingwood Road had her hands full with a heaping cup of vanilla ice cream and the 2-year-old.
Free ice cream? Sounds like a good night out to the Gutierrez family. From left are Sylvester, 2-year-old Arabella, 3-year-old Vivienne and Taylor.
Six-year-olds Oleg Sidyelyev (North Ridge Street) and Gabrielle Sykes (Elm Hill Drive) share a bare-footed bite on a sweltering night.
Rye Brook resident Natalie Georges is protective of her vanilla ice cream and says “Mine!” to passersby who stop to coo at her. The 18-month-old is accompanied by her Bronx babysitter Annie Bernstein during Ice Cream Friday, July 21, in Pine Ridge Park.