Kyriah Smithson, 10, seated at left, her brother Camron Smithson, 6, and Emily Pastagal, 10, right, along with twins Natalie and Lillie Favazza, 11 (not shown) were holding a lemonade sale at the Smithson driveway on Western Avenue on Friday afternoon to help support Boston Marathon bombing victims. They made about $100. Getting lemonade from them were members of the Potter family of Gloucester including: Sarah, 11, Tori, 12, mother Holly and Julia, 14.
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