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Inaugural Ice Cream Trail honored

Oakland resident Alisz Sayaphupha (right) enjoyed a cone at Meadowlark Dairy in downtown Pleasanton, one of dozens of children to take part in the inaugural Tri-Valley Ice Cream Trail organized during the summer by Visit Tri-Valley.

The trail offered 16 stops throughout Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Danville, promoting ice cream shops in the area and helping raise $500 for Valley Humane Society.

The program also received recognitions, including a Hermes 2018 Gold Winner award and spots on Pop Sugar's list of "The 10 Best Food and Drink Trails to Explore in America" and Trips to Discover's "9 Best Food and Drink Trails in the United States."

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Inaugural Ice Cream Trail honored

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, Nov 22, 2018, 10:34 pm

Oakland resident Alisz Sayaphupha (right) enjoyed a cone at Meadowlark Dairy in downtown Pleasanton, one of dozens of children to take part in the inaugural Tri-Valley Ice Cream Trail organized during the summer by Visit Tri-Valley.

The trail offered 16 stops throughout Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Danville, promoting ice cream shops in the area and helping raise $500 for Valley Humane Society.

The program also received recognitions, including a Hermes 2018 Gold Winner award and spots on Pop Sugar's list of "The 10 Best Food and Drink Trails to Explore in America" and Trips to Discover's "9 Best Food and Drink Trails in the United States."

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