Young entrepreneur helps community

Money raised at lemonade stand goes to splash park plus Fort McMurray evacuees

(L-r) Clearwater splash park committee members Debbie Mayer, Roger Mayer and Heather Adamson accept $230 from Layton Morrison and his mother, Leah Giauque.

(L-r) Clearwater splash park committee members Debbie Mayer, Roger Mayer and Heather Adamson accept $230 from Layton Morrison and his mother, Leah Giauque.

(L-r) Clearwater splash park committee members Debbie Mayer, Roger Mayer and Heather Adamson accept $230 from Layton Morrison and his mother, Leah Giauque. The five-year-old raised the money by selling lemonade and treats from a stand set up in his front yard in Weyerhaeuser subdivision about three weeks ago. Half of that amount (to be matched by the federal government) is going to help Fort McMurray evacuees.     Photo by Keith McNeill

Layton MorrisonLeft: Layton Morrison waits for customers as he sells lemonade and treats for two worthy causes.

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