VALPARAISO | As lemonade stands go, it was a resounding success, generating more than $200 in just two hours. But Wednesday's effort wasn't a typical kid's beverage sale, and it's now snowballed into a much larger relief effort for those affected by the tornado strike in Oklahoma.
HOBART | Most youngsters are content to open a lemonade stand in front of their house. Not 7-year-old Hunter Mehl. The Hobart boy, with help from his parents, is hoping to get approval April 18 from the Board of Works to open a stand near the fountain at Festival Park off Old Ridge Road.
Hunter Mehl, 7, and his family want to open a lemonade stand at Festival Park in Hobart in memory of his late great-grandmother Jane Luke. The stand would be called Grandma's Lemonade for Riley's, and proceeds would go toward Riley Hospital for Children, where Hunter received care when he wa…
Hunter Mehl, 7, sits Monday in Festival Park in Hobart. Hunter and his family, who live in Hobart, hope to get the city's approval to open a lemonade stand at the park and donate the money to a hospital for children.
Hunter Mehl, 7, with help from his parents, hopes to get approval next week from the city to open a lemonade stand at a local park and raise money for a hospital for children.
Hunter Mehl, 7, has talked about opening a lemonade stand at a Hobart park for several years, said his mother, Nancy Mehl.
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