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ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/Gloucester Daily Times. Bailee Militello, right, 7, prepares to pour lemonade for a growing line of people on Friday afternoon during the lemonade and cookie sale at Militello's house on 29 East Main Street in Gloucester. Militello made about $300 on Friday (with a goal of $2,000) and will hold her sale again on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. If it rains on Sunday the sale will take place at the same time that day. Militello wanted to raise money to help the family of Martin Richard, 8, who died in the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday. She was particularly concerned about his sister Jane, 6, who lost her leg in the bombing. She also wanted to raise money for any children who were hurt that day. Waiting for some tasty lemonade and cookies are, from left: Lee Gregoire of Candia, N.H., and Heather Kather of Beverly.

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