Kids Help Raise Thousands For Charity To Honor 9/11 Victims
It started out as a tiny lemonade stand in River Forest, to honor the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Since then, it has grown into an annual event, raising thousands of dollars for local charities. Riley Edmunds and Madeline Strand are heading up this year's LemonAid.
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