Children across the area set to participate in Miami Valley’s first Lemonade Day

HUBER HEIGHTS — Children from across the region will be setting up their lemonade stand today and participating in the first Miami Valley Lemonade Day.

This event will teach children how to run a business, earn money, and compete for prizes, according to a press release.

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Prizes will be awarded to the children with the “Best Decorated Stand” and “Best Tasting Product.”

According to the release, a Nintendo Switch will be awarded to each winner.

The participants will also have the opportunity to submit their business plans to win a $1,000 Chick-fil-A Entrepreneur of the Year scholarship and a chance to participate in the National Lemonade Day Entrepreneur of the Year competition.

At least eighty-five children from Huber Heights, Beavercreek, and Springboro have registered their stands for the event.

The event is sponsored by the River Valley Credit Union and the City of Huber Heights.

“We would like for the community to be on the lookout for lemonade stands on Saturday to help support these young entrepreneurs,” said Eric Gagliano, Senior Vice President, Sales, and Marketing, River Valley Credit Union.

The city says you can find lemonade stands in your community here.