Neighborhood Ice Cream Truck!

by Rebecca Webb
June 27, 2020


Hooray Hooray - It's Ice Cream Truck Day!

Treats and smiling youngsters ages 1 to 85 were seen in Chesterbrook Woods with the 5th Annual Neighborhood Ice Cream Truck to welcome summer.  Once again, Scoops2U came through and rallied their trucks, this year in both Chesterbrook Woods and nearby Kings Manor!  HBC Group's Lizzy Conroy and Karen and Andy Briscoe hosted and played double duty for their neighbors! 

With the onset of summer and children eager for distractions, the ice cream truck was a welcome enjoyment.  Sweet treats were handed out by Partner Lizzy Conroy, a Chesterbrook neighbor and long time neighborhood real estate agent. 

The ice cream truck is one of Lizzy's favorite annual events.  Chesterbrook Woods hosts wonderful activities and events throughout the year, giving neighbors extra opportunity to catch up with friends and meet new neighbors.

Following guidelines for social distancing, the ice cream truck rolled slowly through the neighborhood and made multiple stops to alleviate large gathering in one spot.  Host Lizzy Conroy rode her bike alongside and stopped to greet neighbors and say hello to new faces.  

Meanwhile, in Kings Manor neighborhood, Karen and Andy Briscoe of HBC Group hosted their neighbors to a cold sweet treat!  They met new neighbors and said hello to longtime residents.  It was a great day all around!   



Rebecca Webb is a long time friend and colleague of Lizzy Conroy. Rebecca works in the capacity of marketing and business development, writing and social media. Before working with Lizzy in the real estate field, Rebecca worked on Lizzy's Leukemia and Lymphoma Man and Woman of the Year Campaign Team, helping the hard working team win both the local and national championship. Additionally in their past partnerships, Rebecca worked with Lizzy in business development of US partnerships on behalf of The English Manner, a British Etiquette and Luxury Travel company under the leadership of UK-Partner Alexandra Messervy and US-partner Genie Ford.
A busy mother of six children, Rebecca enjoys the brain-break of marketing and writing. At University, Rebecca received her undergraduate degree in English with a minor in Spanish from George Mason University. Her Spanish minor took her degree studies to Seville and Madrid, with a heritage nod to her ancestors from Valencia. Rebecca's love of travel extends to her Australian husband and their multicultural family life and extended family abroad.
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