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LemonARF Stands Raise $4,500 for Animal Rescue Fund

The Lemonarf Stand, a club for kids that enables them to raise money for shelter animals, raised $4,500 this summer, the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons has announced.

Lemonarf encourages children to become young philanthropists.

“A Lemonarf Stand is just like a regular lemonade stand, only better,” ARF states. “Over the course of the summer the children sold everything from lemonade to baked goods to homemade crafts and jewelry. The program was so popular that it was a race to keep up the supply of the free Lemonarf starter kits to meet the demand. The kits include cups, recipes, signs, buttons and a mini bank to collect donations.”

Molly and Alan Vashovsky sell lemonade to Ryan Seacrest at their Lemonarf Stand outside Red Horse Market in East Hampton.
Molly and Alan Vashovsky sell lemonade to Ryan Seacrest at their Lemonarf Stand outside Red Horse Market in East Hampton.
Story Sinelli and her dad Jeff set up her first ever lemonade stand in Westhampton Beach.
Story Sinelli and her dad Jeff set up her first ever lemonade stand in Westhampton Beach.
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