In support of ‘LemonAiD’


Delaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski and Fire Chief John Donahue came out in support of the Salvation Army’s kickoff of its “LemonAiD: Kids Helping Kids” campaign at downtown Delaware’s First Friday event last week. The campaign is a benefit for impoverished children which is run by caring kids who want to help by holding a lemonade stand during July, Salvation Army officials said. Cold lemonade will be given to individuals who make a donation. All money raised will benefit local children in need through various Salvation Army programs, including housing, free meals, summer camp, after-school learning centers, music and arts programming.


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Delaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski and Fire Chief John Donahue came out in support of the Salvation Army’s kickoff of its “LemonAiD: Kids Helping Kids” campaign at downtown Delaware’s First Friday event last week. The campaign is a benefit for impoverished children which is run by caring kids who want to help by holding a lemonade stand during July, Salvation Army officials said. Cold lemonade will be given to individuals who make a donation. All money raised will benefit local children in need through various Salvation Army programs, including housing, free meals, summer camp, after-school learning centers, music and arts programming.

Delaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski and Fire Chief John Donahue came out in support of the Salvation Army’s kickoff of its “LemonAiD: Kids Helping Kids” campaign at downtown Delaware’s First Friday event last week. The campaign is a benefit for impoverished children which is run by caring kids who want to help by holding a lemonade stand during July, Salvation Army officials said. Cold lemonade will be given to individuals who make a donation. All money raised will benefit local children in need through various Salvation Army programs, including housing, free meals, summer camp, after-school learning centers, music and arts programming.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_LemonAiD-Kickoff-II-pic-5.jpgDelaware Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski and Fire Chief John Donahue came out in support of the Salvation Army’s kickoff of its “LemonAiD: Kids Helping Kids” campaign at downtown Delaware’s First Friday event last week. The campaign is a benefit for impoverished children which is run by caring kids who want to help by holding a lemonade stand during July, Salvation Army officials said. Cold lemonade will be given to individuals who make a donation. All money raised will benefit local children in need through various Salvation Army programs, including housing, free meals, summer camp, after-school learning centers, music and arts programming. Courtesy photo
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