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Warm September weather inspired these Adams Road Elementary students to set up a lemonade stand last week.  - Jennifer Lang photo
Warm September weather inspired these Adams Road Elementary students to set up a lemonade stand last week.
— image credit: Jennifer Lang photo

Our dry, warm September weather broke records, and was a boon for entrepreneurs like these kids, who set up an after school lemonade stand last week near Adams Road Elementary.

They planned to donate the proceeds to efforts to buy playground equipment for their school.

Pictured from left: Sawyer and Jaden Lavén, Jenna and Parker Tuckey, and Rameek Biranya.

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