Ludington Attempts to Break Guinness World Record

Ludington is attempting to break another Guinness World Record.

They started doing challenges four years ago; from largest ice cream sundae, most sand angels, to the longest bicycle ride.

Now on Saturday, June 8, they’re on their fifth attempt, and this year Ludington is planning on hosting the largest dessert party.

Community Development Director Heather Tykoski said, “It’s free and you do not have to be a resident. We welcome all of our visitors or anyone wanting to come visit and help us for the day to break the world record.”

Local restaurants will be donating desserts for the challenge. Brownies, cookies, tiramisu and frozen yogurt are just some of the desserts available.

Owner of House of Flavor Barry Neal said that it’s a great way for the community to come together.

“It’s great fun to see, it’s really good for our community and what could be better than working together to accomplish good,” he says.

However, there are a few rules. You must be in your assigned location, stay for the entire fifteen minutes and finish your dessert.

Tykoski said, “We need to eat all of our desert, and if a friend cannot finish their dessert, you are more than welcome to help them with that.”

The event is part of Love Ludington Weekend. It starts at 4 p.m on Saturday, June 8. For more information and to register for the event, go to pureludington.com.

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