LifeConnect Church creates 30-foot banana split


Children and adults all helped load the banana split with toppings. They used all sorts of syrups, ice cream flavors and sprinkles to create the colossal treat.


LifeConnect Church hosted a party Saturday at 232 N. North St. to create “Washington Court House’s Longest Banana Split.” The process started with a layer of bananas 30 feet long to pile the rest of the “split” on top of.


Children and adults all helped load the banana split with toppings. They used all sorts of syrups, ice cream flavors and sprinkles to create the colossal treat.

LifeConnect Church hosted a party Saturday at 232 N. North St. to create “Washington Court House’s Longest Banana Split.” The process started with a layer of bananas 30 feet long to pile the rest of the “split” on top of.

Children and adults all helped load the banana split with toppings. They used all sorts of syrups, ice cream flavors and sprinkles to create the colossal treat.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_20170812_134022.jpgChildren and adults all helped load the banana split with toppings. They used all sorts of syrups, ice cream flavors and sprinkles to create the colossal treat.

LifeConnect Church hosted a party Saturday at 232 N. North St. to create “Washington Court House’s Longest Banana Split.” The process started with a layer of bananas 30 feet long to pile the rest of the “split” on top of.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_20170812_133517.jpgLifeConnect Church hosted a party Saturday at 232 N. North St. to create “Washington Court House’s Longest Banana Split.” The process started with a layer of bananas 30 feet long to pile the rest of the “split” on top of.