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August 26, 2014 6:06 PM

Lemonade challenge created huge benefit from small gift

Laney Boeger of Leawood gave $2.90 she raised from a lemonade stand to Marillac, an Overland Park treatment center for children and adolescents challenged with psychiatric conditions. Employees at Marillac were so touched by Laney’s modest donation that they started a Lemonade Challenge on the nonprofit organization’s website, encouraging the community to match her amount.

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