A lemonade stand in one Twin Cities suburb brought in hundreds of dollars. And the boy who runs it plans to give all the money away. Six-year-old Parker Borden set up his booth and thermos of lemonade at his parent’s garage sale.
Chloe Russo has been selling lemonade at her stand in Eden Prairie for five years. All of the money she makes from the stand supports childhood cancer research.
A little girl accomplished something big, thanks in part to WCCO viewers. Mollie Ferrel raced in Saturday’s “Miracles of Mitch” Triathlon on behalf of kids who are unable.
A young girl in Shakopee is trying to accomplish a goal: to help kids with cancer. Mollie Ferrel set up a lemonade stand at the corner of Brittany Drive and 17th Avenue. She stands with her sign, waiting for her next customer. She wants to sell as much lemonade as she can.
When it comes to raising money for the Ronald McDonald House Summer Program, it’s all old school. Over the course of five Wednesdays this summer, the Ronald McDonald House, next to the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus, is sponsoring lemonade stands to help send children and their siblings on field trips.
The weather wasn’t quite sunny or warm enough to have people craving lemonade, but plenty of drivers did stop for a bright yellow stand in Chaska.
An Appleton police officer may have shut down two sisters’ lemonade stand, but city officials say it won’t happen again.
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