NASHVILLE, Mich. (AP) — I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. And a small town in southwest Michigan is taking the chant a step further. The village of Nashville is eagerly waiting to learn if it set a world record with the construction of an 1,800 foot ice cream sundae. The Lansing State Journal says volunteers worked for about 10 minutes Saturday assembling what organizers hope will be declared the world's longest ice cream sundae. The sweet treat included 192 scoops of ice cream and mounds of strawberries, cherries, whipped cream and chocolate syrup. Spectators who purchased spoons from event organizers attempted to wolf down the cold confection before it melted. The sundae surpassed the Guinness record by 28 feet. Certification for the record-breaking dessert is expected to take six weeks.

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