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Jack Heisler, 3, enjoys a cone of vanilla and black raspberry soft-serve ice cream at the Curly Creme Ice Cream stand in Plains Township on Thursday. The popular stand on River Street opened for the season Thursday, one year to the day after the death of owner Robert ‘Mr. Bob’ Zaremski. His wife, Janine Zaremski, is operating the business and said, ‘Hopefully, he’s up there watching over us.’ The business was closed all of 2010 because of the death, but Zaremski said the stand will be open all season, every day from noon to 10 p.m. with the exception of July 4th, when the business will be closed so its 15 employees can spend Independence Day with their families. To see a Times Leader video from Curly Creme’s opening day, use your smartphone’s scanner on the QR code at right.

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