La Jolla youngsters sell lemonade to help veterans

Lily Duarte, Sophia Priorn, Chloe Duarte and Aidan Prior gave all of the proceeds from the days' work to the Veteran's Hospital. PHOTO: Shannon Prior

Several La Jolla youngsters got together on Memorial Day and set up a lemonade stand to honor veterans.

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