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Wesley Foundation Celebrates National Banana Split Day

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Photos from the Wesley Foundation

In honor of National Banana Split Day Monday, the Wesley Foundation set up the longest banana split in Oxford with the help of a gutter, aluminum foil and plenty of bananas, ice cream and toppings for the splits. More than 200 students attended the event, a sweet end to the first day of classes at Ole Miss.
More than 200 students gathered at the Wesley Foundation on Jackson Avenue in celebration of National Banana Split Day.
More than 200 students gathered at the Wesley Foundation on Jackson Avenue
in celebration of National Banana Split Day. / Submitted

Organizers commandeered a gutter, lined it with aluminum foil, and filled the pipe with bananas, ice cream and all the fixings.
Organizers commandeered a gutter, lined it with aluminum foil, and filled the pipe
with bananas, ice cream and all the fixings. / Submitted

The Wesley Foundation will also host Blues and Burgers on the Lawn at 6 p.m. Wednesday with blues band David Dunavent and the Evol/Love Band from Clarksdale performing. For more information, contact the Rev. Eddie Willis via email or at (662) 402-2427.
Amelia Camurati is associate editor at HottyToddy.com and can be reached at amelia.camurati@hottytoddy.com.

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