Lemonade Day helps youth learn about entrepreneurship

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Updated: 5/03/2014 10:42 pm
It was another successful Lemonade Day in the books.

Hundreds of kids of all ages were setting up shop Saturday at several locations selling lemonade, candy, hot dogs and even pickles. The event is to provide kids an inside look at entrepreneurship and to spend some, save some and give some away. 

"We're doing it for the missing Marc Ysasaga and we're trying to get donations for him and his mom and his family," said one eager entrepreneur.

"We're gonna donate it to a college and Salvation Army and we're gonna save some for ourselves, just a little," said an elementary student who participated in Lemonade Day with two of her friends. 

Lemonade Day is always held the first weekend in May. 
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