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Missoula's Youth Trying To Keep People Cool With Lemonade

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With the hot temperatures some young Missoulians are trying to help others stay cool and make a profit in the process.

Reggie Duce and Gretta Baumstark  were out selling 75-cent glasses of pink lemonade to people passing by, hoping to keep them refreshed during the hot weather.

Duce came up with the idea to have a lemonade stand since he has been so hot the last few days.

The stand was only out for 30 minutes when it sold lemonade to five different people.

"It's just hot out and people like it because it's good in the heat to get a refreshment," Duce said.

Both Duce and Baumstark agree they will continue to sell the lemonade through the week.

 

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