Irvin’s Servin’

Luray Teacher Restores Ice Cream Truck Tradition

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Posted: April 7, 2014

Elizabeth Irvin, 30, of Luray, stops for customers at the Hawksbill Greenway in her ice cream truck Wednesday afternoon in Luray. A special ed teacher at Luray Elementary School by day, Irvin said selling ice cream on evenings and weekends gives her an added opportunity to interact with children in the community. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Members of the Girl Scouts Troop No. 40632 play at Inn Lawn Park after a stop by Elizabeth Irvin with her ice cream truck Wednesday afternoon in Luray.
Elizabeth Irvin serves customers at Hawksbill Greenway from her ice cream truck Wednesday afternoon in Luray.

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