Kids Helping Homeless Kids

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Updated: 6/28/2013 6:06 pm
You may have noticed quite a few lemonade stands around Lexington today.

Kids passed out the summertime favorite at stores across the area as part of a Salvation Army fundraiser called LemondAiD. Kids set up their stands and donate their earnings to children residing at the Salvation Army's Emergency Homeless Shelter.The Salvation Army says the fundraiser is a great way for kids to have fun...and learn how to give back to those in need.

The LemonAiD stands will continue to operate through the month of July.
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