Thank you to everyone who supported our snow cone event. On behalf of myself, George Shahian, Maureen Fuccillo and Elaine Akerberg, agents from CENTURY 21
Commonwealth, Winchester, we had a blast and were thrilled to see all the happy
If you heard loud beeping and a mega phone in your neighborhood Thursday night, that was us.
“Snowie” the mobile snow cone truck started out in the Bear Hill area. As requested, we drove down Bear Hill Road, stopped at the corner of High Street and Greenview Road, hit a swimming party on Lawndale and found lots of kids on Seward Road.
From there we headed to the Robin Hood Elementary School area. We traveled down North Street to Hanford and Constitution, over to Larson Lane, Myopia Road and ended that leg of our journey at Oak Street, giving out so many free snow cones.
Summer Street was our next stop; we had a small group on the corner of Summer and Gould Streets. We made a quick stop on Pine Street for the neighbors and some groups walking by. Off to Lincoln and Hancock Street we went. We had a big crowd all patiently waiting to get there delicious snow cones on a hot summer night.
We then decided to visit the summer concert at the Town Common. As you could imagine, we had a crowd going! We stopped right in front of Town Hall and served many snow cones to children and parents listening to the fabulous band playing.
Our last stop, closer to 8 p.m. at this point, was Wright Street and Minot Street. Another street that had a group waiting for us.
Hundreds of snow cones were eaten Thursday evening. The “do-it-yourself” flavoring was a fan favorite for practically everyone. We gave some their first snow cone ever and we gave some their first snow cone in years, but either way we had such an amazing time so thank you for being part of it.
We attempted to visit all the streets requested on the previous blog and are very sorry if we missed you. Thursday night was such a huge success; we added an additional hour to our schedule time.
With such a big turnout it was decided this would be the first of many community events to come, so keep an eye out for us around town and stay tuned for the next one!