The ice cream social extravaganza from across the valley continues Sunday afternoon.
And this time, it was Beverly's turn to put one on for a good cause.
The Beverly Masonic Foundation held their fourth annual Ice Cream Social at Dodge Park.
Kids and parents came to try various delicious flavors of ice cream along with giving donations.
The masonic foundation is raising money to help benefit the Special Olympics of Ohio and Washington County.
Last year, they raised around $1,000.
"It's kind of a way of giving back to the community on what they given to us and helping out other charities. That's what we're here for anyway," says Beverly Masonic Foundation Treasurer, Al Wolfe.
There was also a raffle for a quilt along with face painting and balloons for the kids.
Members of the Beverly Masonic Foundation hopes to double or triple the amount at this year's Ice Cream Social.
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