Stirring up business sense

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By Erin Hill

Business was booming at First Chanze Lemonade on Saturday.  
Tallahassee’s Lemonade Day is always the second week in June, and this year organizers extended it into Gadsden County.  
Lemonade Day is a national youth entrepreneurship training program teaching K-12 youth how to start a business using the classic lemonade stand model.  
This past Saturday, lemonade stand tycoons Ry’enn and Logan set up shop in the parking lot outside Walgreens in Quincy.

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