Children will display their entrepreneurship skills Sunday as they set up lemonade stands across Killeen, Fort Hood, Harker Heights and Copperas Cove.
From overcoming shyness to achieving the American dream, the children who participate in Lemonade Day are inspired to start their own businesses and have benefited from the initiative in many ways, said Amanda Stephens, city director for Lemonade Day for the greater Killeen area. More than 2,500 children, from pre-kindergarten to high school, signed up to participate this year, and the lessons they learn go beyond the business aspect of entrepreneurship.
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