Three-year-old Jessica Thornton couldn’t find a spoon so she used a spatula instead to scoop Hunter Ice Cream out of a cup Thursday morning at the Niles Entrepreneurial and Culinary Incubator. Daily Star photo/CRAIG HAUPERT

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Hunter Ice Cream comes to Niles

Published 3:22pm Thursday, June 21, 2012

Niles Main Street members will be selling Hunter Ice Cream at the corner of Front Street and Main Street in Niles during Arts in Motion this weekend.

Ice cream will be sold at 7 p.m. Friday and at 11 a.m. Saturday until it is all gone. Cost is $1 per cup. All proceeds go to Arts in Motion.

Lucy McCauslin, of Niles Main Street, said Hunter Ice Cream is normally sold only during the Hunter Ice Festival.

“For those that say it’s too cold to eat ice cream in January, they can come now,” she said.

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