A group of first graders are helping classmates in a sour economy by selling lemonade.
Four first graders from South Greenville Elementary School spent their afternoon Wednesday by selling treats to help raise money for their school.
The eager fundraisers poured cups of homemade pink lemonade to wash down the baked chocolate chip cookies and brownies they had on display to sell to nearby neighbors.
The money they received will go toward those who are unable to afford school uniforms.
Carter Sortini says it's an idea that just popped in her head, but she had to ask mom first.
Sortini and her friends raised over 500 hundred dollars this afternoon.
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