Article courtesy of Conservative Tribune.
In the wake of the slaughter of Dallas police officers at a Black Lives Matter movement protest, two young girls in the Dallas area decided to do what they could to honor the fallen and provide some meager assistance to the families of the victims.
According to WFAA, 11-year-olds Landry Nelon and Lauren Roach set up a lemonade stand in their neighborhood, selling small cups of the refreshing beverages to raise funds to donate to the police.
By the time their little entrepreneurial lemonade venture came to end after the weekend, the two girls found themselves standing in the lobby of the Dallas Police Association building on Monday, prepared to hand over what they had collected.
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