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Girls Take City's Lemons, Make Lemonade
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Girls Take City's Lemons, Make Lemonade

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Girls Take City's Lemons, Make Lemonade

Girls Take City's Lemons, Make Lemonade
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NPR's Michele Norris talks with two young lemonade vendors in St. Louis: Mim Murray, 10, and Marisa Miller-Stokie, 12. In the last week, their lemonade stand has gone bust and then hit a boom-time. After they encountered a complaining neighbor, a ruthless health department inspector and an intrigued local media, they gained some very supportive customers.

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