What do lemons, children and miracles have in common?

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Fresh Squeezed Miracles is your chance to help sick and injured children in Southwest Virginia. You can sign up to host your own lemonade stand to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network at Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital.


WDBJ morning reporter Alison Parker set up her stand with CMN's Paige Kauffman in front of the News 7 studios.

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