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Local kids sell lemonade, rocks to raise money for Hurricane Harvey victims

Local kids sell lemonade, rocks to raise money for Hurricane Harvey victims
Local kids sell lemonade, rocks to raise money for Hurricane Harvey victims 1
Posted at 2:50 PM, Aug 28, 2017
and last updated 2017-08-28 14:50:00-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Several kids in the Tallahassee area are doing their best to help the people in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey and are inviting the community to help. 

Jenny Whitaker tweeted us about a lemonade and painted rock sale on Monday:

After cashing in their coins to send money to Texas victims, Whitaker wrote that her kids wanted to do something more to help, even if the amount of money raised didn't end up being much.

That's when Whitaker says the kids began getting ready for their Tallahassee lemonade and rock sale.

From 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., the kids will be on Alameda Drive in the Buck Lake area. They will be at their home and Whitaker writes that they should be easy to find if you turn onto the road. 

Lemonade will be sold for $1 and painted rocks will be sold for $2. They are asking anyone who can to please stop by. 

They say that all the proceeds will be sent to support those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Whitaker is asking that people spread the word on social media using #TallyLovesTX