, Gloucester, MA



Ariaunna Eveleth, 12, left, and her brother Jordyn Vicente, 7, of 74 Bass Ave. in Gloucester, held a lemonade and iced tea sale at their house on Friday. They plan to hold it on Saturday after the rain stops, and on Sunday starting in the morning. They wanted to have a refreshment sale, and their mom, Amanda Vicente, suggested they hold one to help benefit victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. By 5 p.m. Friday they had a full can of money, but hadn't yet counted how much they'd made. They hope to donate it next week.

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