The stand that started it all - carrying on Alex Scott's lemonade stand tradition and her dream of curing childhood cancer!
Thanks to everyone who made Alex’s “Original” Lemonade Stand on Saturday, June 13 such a meaningful and successful event. A true community effort, the event brought thousands of supporters together for a day of inspiration, hope, fun and remembrance, raising more than $100,000 and counting for childhood cancer research.
Many childhood cancer hero families attended the event, along with Foundation supporters, Penn Wynne neighbors and families from all over the area. The attendees enjoyed carnival games, a silent auction, raffles, delicious food and lots and lots of thirst-quenching lemonade. A butterfly release commemorated and celebrated the lives of all children who have fought cancer.
Alex’s “Original” is held at Penn Wynne Elementary School, which Alex Scott and her brothers attended. Other highlights from the day included an inspiring group dance to Alesso’s “Heroes (We Could Be),” a selfie stand and a special appearance from ALSF’s youth celebrity supporter Bailee Madison.
Kaela Cruz, a childhood cancer hero, assisted with the Volvo raffle and selected the winning ticket. The winner won a brand new 2015 Volvo XC60, donated by Volvo Cars of North America.
Alex’s “Original” Lemonade Stand was presented by sponsors Country Time, Northwestern Mutual Eastern Pennsylvania and Volvo Cars of North America.
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