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June 25, 2014 4:21 PM

Salvation Army asking Lexington kids to sell $60,000 of 'LemonAid' for homeless shelter

The Salvation Army hopes Lexington's children will help raise more than $60,000 this summer — one glass of lemonade at a time — to help fund its emergency shelter for homeless kids and their parents.

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