When 7-year-old Quinn Callender of Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada, found out that his friend Brayden Grozdanich needed an expensive surgery, he decided to sell lemonade. Armed with a bucket full of lemons, Callender and Grozdanich set up a lemonade stand outside a local grocery store on Sunday to raise money for the surgery. Brayden has cerebral palsy and the surgery will help him walk. So far the lemonade stand — which has gone online
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