STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - June 1 was National Lemonade Day and young entrepreneurs put their lemonade-making skills to use.
In Starkville, lemonade stands were all along Main Street.
Lemonade Day is a program that teaches kids real-life skills.
Young Entrepreneurs had stands filled with varieties of lemonade, homemade treats and creative marketing themes.
According to Jeffrey Rupp, the Lemonade Day coordinator, there were about 300 kids and almost 100 stands in Columbus, West Point and Starkville for Lemonade Day.
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