National Ice Cream Month
National Ice Cream Month is celebrated each year in July and National Ice Cream Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in July, in the United States.
The celebrations were originated by Joint resolution 298 in the United States Senate, which was sponsored by Senator Walter Dee Huddleston of Kentucky on May 17, 1984 and Joint resolution 543 in the United States House of Representatives, which was sponsored by Representative Kika de la Garza of Texas on April 11, 1984. The resolution proclaimed the month of July 1984 as "National Ice Cream Month" and July 15, 1984, as "National Ice Cream Day". It was signed into public law by President Ronald Reagan on July 9, 1984 with Presidential Proclamation 5219.
- "Bill Summary & Status 98th Congress (1983 - 1984) S.J.RES.298 All Information". The Library of Congress.
- "H.J.Res.543 - 98th Congress (1983-1984): A joint resolution to proclaim July 1984 as "National Ice Cream Month"; and July 15, 1984 as "National Ice Cream Day"". www.congress.gov. 1984-07-02. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
- Reagan, Ronald. "Proclamation 5219 - National Ice Cream Month and National Ice Cream Day, 1984". The American Presidency Project. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
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