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Ice cream social to benefit Lake Shetek State Park

Vehicle permits are required for entry into the park and can be purchased at the park office for $7 for the day or $35 for an annual pass.

Vanilla ice cream scoops with berries
Vanilla ice cream scoops with fresh berries
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CURRIE — The public is invited to a summer ice cream social from 1 to 3 p.m. July 30 at Lake Shetek’s historic stone beach house overlooking the lake.

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The event is a fundraiser for special projects in the state park, such as purchasing new playground equipment, replacing aging and out-of-date equipment and re-installing the campground council ring for interpretive programming.

Cones and dishes of ice cream will be available, along with toppings.

Vehicle permits are required for entry into the park and can be purchased at the park office for $7 for the day or $35 for an annual pass.

Lake Shetek State Park is located 14 miles northeast of Slayton or 13 miles south of Tracy.

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Access to the park is by Murray County 38, north of Currie.

For more information or to volunteer, call (507) 763-3256 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily.

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