Nicole and Ben Wallace’s neighborhood often comes together to help them raise money for the Down Syndrome Guild. The Wallaces’ 3-year-old daughter, Reese, has Down syndrome, and they are planning to adopt a Down syndrome baby from China. Recently the neighborhood kids hosted a lemonade stand in the Benson Place subdivision on the corner of 99th Terrace and Tullis Avenue in Kansas City. Landon Devenney, 12, took a turn holding up the sign to attract customers.
Nicole and Ben Wallace’s neighborhood often comes together to help them raise money for the Down Syndrome Guild. The Wallaces’ 3-year-old daughter, Reese, has Down syndrome, and they are planning to adopt a Down syndrome baby from China. Recently the neighborhood kids hosted a lemonade stand in the Benson Place subdivision on the corner of 99th Terrace and Tullis Avenue in Kansas City. Landon Devenney, 12, took a turn holding up the sign to attract customers. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Nicole and Ben Wallace’s neighborhood often comes together to help them raise money for the Down Syndrome Guild. The Wallaces’ 3-year-old daughter, Reese, has Down syndrome, and they are planning to adopt a Down syndrome baby from China. Recently the neighborhood kids hosted a lemonade stand in the Benson Place subdivision on the corner of 99th Terrace and Tullis Avenue in Kansas City. Landon Devenney, 12, took a turn holding up the sign to attract customers. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

Our Neighbors: Lemonade stand in Benson Place steps up for girl with Down syndrome

November 07, 2014 6:00 AM

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