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Photos: Superior kids set up lemonade stand

The children set up the stand to earn enough money to go stand-up paddle boarding.

Kennedy Sullivan, 9, left, gasps as she tries not to spill any lemonade as she pours it into a cup as her sister, Madeline Sullivan, 11, holds on
Kennedy Sullivan, 9, left, gasps as she tries not to spill any lemonade while it into a cup as her sister, Madeline Sullivan, 11, holds the cup on Monday, June 27, at their lemonade stand along East 5th Street in Superior.
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SUPERIOR — Kids along East Fifth Street spent Monday, June 27, selling lemonade, Kool-Aid and freezies from a stand as cars and walkers passed.

After biking to Kwik Trip to get the supplies they needed and watching a YouTube video about making lemonade, they set up their stand and waited for customers to pour in.

The idea for a stand came up because the group of kids wanted to go stand-up paddle boarding on Barker’s Island and decided they needed to raise money so they all could go.

A few children waved to honking cars as others kept a full supply of drinks on their table, just waiting to sell to thirsty patrons.

Kennedy Sullivan, 9, left, hands a glass of lemonade to Jill Harnstrom
Kennedy Sullivan, 9, left, hands a glass of lemonade to Jill Harnstrom Monday, June 27, after Harnstrom stopped by the lemonade stand along East 5th Street in Superior.
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Henry Carlson, 10, left, and Madeline Sullivan, 11, center, watch as Kennedy Sullivan, 9, grabs a glass of lemonade
Henry Carlson, 10, left, and Madeline Sullivan, 11, center, watch as Kennedy Sullivan, 9, grabs a glass of lemonade as she serves a customer along East 5th Street in Superior on Monday, June 27. Henry Carlson is Jed Carlson's son.
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Kennedy Sullivan, 9, gets a dollar from Jill Harnstrom
Kennedy Sullivan, 9, gets a dollar from Jill Harnstrom Monday, June 27, 2022, before giving her some lemonade along East 5th Street in Superior.
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Kennedy Sullivan, 9, left, and Madeline Sullivan, 11, right, wait for customers at their lemonade stand
Kennedy Sullivan, 9, left, and Madeline Sullivan, 11, right, wait for customers at their lemonade stand on East 5th Street in Superior on Monday, June 27, 2022.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram

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Jed Carlson joined the Superior Telegram in February 2001 as a photographer. He grew up in Willmar, Minnesota. He graduated from Ridgewater Community College in Willmar, then from Minnesota State Moorhead with a major in mass communications with an emphasis in photojournalism.
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