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Wakefield youth raise over $1,300 on Lemonade Day for food pantry and One Fund Boston

Posted by Christina Jedra  May 9, 2013 10:00 AM

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The following was submitted by Richard Greif: 

Wakefield students Summer Milsky, 8, Luke Greif, 6, and Noah Greif, 10, raised over $1,300 on Saturday with their Lemon-Aid 3 stand to benefit the One Fund Boston and Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry. The amount raised more than doubled last year's total. The stand was held on the lower Wakefield Common and was visited by the likes of Rep. Paul Brodeur, Selectman Tiz Doto and School Committee members Greg Liakos and Kate Morgan.

This is the third year the students participated in national Lemonade Day, which is run locally by Babson College. Rich Greif (Class of '90) and Tammy Milsky (Class of '95) are both Babson alumni. "Lemonade Day is a great initiative to teach students entrepreneurial skills of how to run a business, and we're grateful to the Wakefield community for their tremendous generosity to both charities," said Greif, who is also a board member of the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry.

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