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Jimmie Holland, 8, hosts a lemonade stand with his aunt Michelle Zenger, left, and his grandmother Louise Holland. HIs proceeds will go to SAGA. Holland is in third-grade and home schooled.
Photos: Lemonade Day, squeezing out fresh entrepreneurs 050912 NEWS 1 For the Capital City Weekly Jimmie Holland, 8, hosts a lemonade stand with his aunt Michelle Zenger, left, and his grandmother Louise Holland. HIs proceeds will go to SAGA. Holland is in third-grade and home schooled.

Photos By Laura Newsom / Capital City Weekly

Jimmie Holland, 8, hosts a lemonade stand with his aunt Michelle Zenger, left, and his grandmother Louise Holland. HIs proceeds will go to SAGA. Holland is in third-grade and home schooled.


Bayli Bromuich, 8, of Mendenhall River Community School counts change after selling lemonade, one of the skills practiced during this statewide event. See more photos from this event at spotted.capitalcityweekly.com. For more information on Lemonade Day see www.alaska.lemonadeday.org/


Carson Hudson, 9, from Auke Bay Elementary works in front of his group's stand. He raised money for the Juneau-Douglas High School Crimson Bears. Bayli Bromuich, 8, from Mendenhall River Community School and Braylinn Hudson, 11, from Auke Bay Elementary raised money to help stomp out cancer.


Harper Markovich, 10, and Siddalee Dawkins, 8, raise money for the Juneau Raptor Center. Markovich is in fifth-grade at Auke Bay Elementary, and Dawkins is in second-grade at Mendenhall River Community School.

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Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Story last updated at 5/9/2012 - 1:17 pm

Photos: Lemonade Day, squeezing out fresh entrepreneurs

Jimmie Holland, 8, hosts a lemonade stand with his aunt Michelle Zenger, left, and his grandmother Louise Holland. HIs proceeds will go to SAGA. Holland is in third-grade and home schooled.


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