Kenai Peninsula Kids Turn Lemonade into Big Bucks

This Saturday, children across the Kenai Peninsula, state, and country, stuck out and started their own businesses as a part of the annual Lemonade Day.

Included in the group of new entrepreneurs were 5-year-old Mavryk, 4-year-old Kyana, and 4-year-old Trevor that made up the Lemonade Brigade who set up their stand upfront of their preschool, Meg’s Learning World in Soldotna.

We asked Mavryk, what they had for sale…


Mavryk: “Brownies, and cookies, drinks, lemonade.”


We asked Kyana how much the group’s lemonade goes for


Kyana: “One dollar.”


The group brought in a profit of roughly $100 during their sale on Saturday.

When asked about their future, Mavryk said he wanted to be a race car driver, Kyana wants to be a princess, and Trevor wants to have lots of big trucks like his papa.

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