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Posted: January 18, 2010 10:20 p.m.
Updated: January 19, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Sophia Bourret, 7, sells a cup of lemonade to a customer during a "lemon-aid" fundraiser. The girls raised over $450 for relief efforts in Haiti. Sophia Bourret, 7, sells a cup of lemonade to a customer during a "lemon-aid" fundraiser. The girls raised over $450 for relief efforts in Haiti.
Sophia Bourret, 7, sells a cup of lemonade to a customer during a "lemon-aid" fundraiser. The girls raised over $450 for relief efforts in Haiti.
First- and second-grade girls sell lemonade at their "lemon-aid" stand outside The Paseo Club on Saturday. First- and second-grade girls sell lemonade at their "lemon-aid" stand outside The Paseo Club on Saturday.
First- and second-grade girls sell lemonade at their "lemon-aid" stand outside The Paseo Club on Saturday.
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A group of local youngsters organized a "lemon-aid" fundraiser on Saturday at The Paseo Club and raised $456.24 for relief efforts in Haiti.

Meadows Elementary School second-grader Hannah Siegel, 7, and SCV International Charter School students Sophia Bourret, 7, and Jessica Siegel, 6, sold lemonade, apples and doughnuts. The three made posters Friday promoting the fundraiser.

On Wednesday, the SCV International Charter School will host a "Dollar Day" where students will be encouraged to donate one dollar for the earthquake victims in Haiti. The school phone number is (661) 705-4820.

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