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Kids Set Up Lemonade Stand to Help Raise Money for Detained Migrant Kids at The Border

Two Overland Park City, Kansas, boys are selling lemonade for $1 each at their local stand to raise money for migrant children at the U.S.-Mexico border. 

The boy’s father, John Wilson, told The Kansas City Star that his wife came up with the idea and the boys decided it would “be fun just a thing to do in the summer. Lemonade stands are fun.”

“We are just selling lemonade to people for a dollar each and all the money that would be made from it would go to kids at the border,” Ben Wilson, 10, told the paper . . .

Read more by Aris Folley at The Hill

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