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Memphis Girl Manages Lemonade Stand for Troops

by Michael Polzella

Mary May Lutton, 9, wanted to help children of fallen service members. So she gathered three of her friends to set up an East Memphis lemonade stand to raise money on Memorial Day.

Charging 50 cents for a glass, the girls raised $615 for Folds of Honor, an organization that helps the children of fallen service members with college scholarships and resources.

Mary May and her friends, Caroline Cochran, Grace Allen and Elisabeth Pickens, spent the day giving back to others and honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. The girls are students at St. George’s Independent School in Germantown.

WMC Action News 5

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