Lemonade stand raised money for tornado victims

From staff and wire reports
May 19, 2011 at 2:44 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

MPE 1st grade student Xander Savage sold lemonade on Louisiana’s Lemonade Day to raise money for tornado victims.
Courtesy photo
MPE 1st grade student Xander Savage sold lemonade on Louisiana’s Lemonade Day to raise money for tornado victims.
May 7 was Lemonade Day in South Louisiana, a program that encouraged children to setup a lemonade stand to learn the basic principles of business.


The program encouraged children to donate their profits to a charity.


Xander Savage, a 1st grade student at Mimosa Park Elementary, took the opportunity to combine Lemonade Day with his class’s lesson in community service to raise money for the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to help the victims of the 2011 tornado outbreak.


Xander sold five gallons of homemade lemonade and 100 cookies raising $570.25 in sales and donations for the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. 


Xander proudly delivered his $570.25 donation to his teacher to be combined with his classmates’ donations for submission to the Red Cross.




View other articles written From staff and wire reports

featured merchant

BENT'S RV
BENT'S RV Bent's RV is a Full Service RV Dealership in Louisiana.

Parish Art Guild names showcase winners
Parish Art Guild names showcase winners
- 836 views
At age 12, Terry Gaulter’s “eyes opened to the world” when she laid hands on a Polaroid camera.

Become A Herald-Guide Insider

Get breaking news, sports and lifestyles straight to your inbox