Young entrepreneurs (from left) Izzy Howard, 12, Arden Holloway, 10, Harper Holloway, 8, and Olivia Holloway, 12, wait for customers Thursday to stop at their lemonade and baked goods stand they have set up for about the last five years to raise money for fair and carnival admission. They are on property owned by relatives of Holloway at East 19th Avenue and South Oak Street in Kennewick. They spend about three days each year raising money from their sales stand for the annual bi-county fair. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video
Young entrepreneurs (from left) Izzy Howard, 12, Arden Holloway, 10, Harper Holloway, 8, and Olivia Holloway, 12, wait for customers Thursday to stop at their lemonade and baked goods stand they have set up for about the last five years to raise money for fair and carnival admission. They are on property owned by relatives of Holloway at East 19th Avenue and South Oak Street in Kennewick. They spend about three days each year raising money from their sales stand for the annual bi-county fair. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Young entrepreneurs (from left) Izzy Howard, 12, Arden Holloway, 10, Harper Holloway, 8, and Olivia Holloway, 12, wait for customers Thursday to stop at their lemonade and baked goods stand they have set up for about the last five years to raise money for fair and carnival admission. They are on property owned by relatives of Holloway at East 19th Avenue and South Oak Street in Kennewick. They spend about three days each year raising money from their sales stand for the annual bi-county fair. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Kids set up lemonade stand to help pay for fair admission

August 25, 2016 7:29 PM

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