U.S. Open Kids’ Fined For Opening Lemonade Stand To Fight Cancer


Smart About Health
June 19, 2011

A group of kids in Maryland near the U.S. Open gold tournament decided to open a lemonade stand, and aimed to put the money towards fighting pediatric cancer. Officials were not flattered though, and shut down the stand, as well as fined the parents of the kids $500.

When the group of kids from Maryland woke up one day and decided to try and open a lemonade stand, their parents were surely proud.

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When the kids decided to put 50% of what they made towards a charity that fights pediatric cancer, they must have been even prouder.

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