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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in May 2010.

These young women learned important business skills during their participation in Lemonade Day. Oler's Lemonade Stand: Wayne County is growning their own entrepreneurs, thanks to Lemonade Day.
These enterprising young women offered their prize-winning lemonade via a drive-up service. Crawdads may be elusive, but the joys of childhood are easily found in Wayne County, Indiana!
School children travel back in time when they visit the Wayne County Historical Museum. Toad: All creatures great and small, The Lord God made them all - Cecil F. Alexander
Flags decorate storefront. "Take time to enjoy our fallen heros as you enjoy your Memorial Day weekend.

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On this page: Two young girls wearing lei, one in a yellow hat, sell lemonade during Lemonade Day. Lemonade Day promotes entrepreneurship in children. Boy leans against a homemade sign for Oler's Lemonade Stand as his father sits in the background. Teen girls pose under an umbrella holding glasses of lemonade. Barefoot girls wade in creek, looking for crawdads. Museum display featuring an old-fashion Main Street during the late 1800's in Richmond, Indiana. Toad hidden among clover and grass. A merchant plants flowers as flags flutter in front of Foster's E Street Gallery in the Historic Depot District in Richmond, Indiana.

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