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 2nd Annual Lemonade Stand

August 16th

11 am to 4pm

The Green @ Maxwell”s Green

Somerville, MA

Lemonade, Cupcakes

Crafts, balloons, Kid Fun!

Join us to Raise funds to give grant more adaptive bikes to more deserving children!

Can’t make it for the real thing?  Then You could give on our Virtual Lemonade Stand Page Here…

Five-year-old Somerville boy is the inspiration behind Bug’s Bikes

The Junior Aid Association of Malden presented a $1,200 check to 5-year-old Steven “Bug” De Angelis of Somerville and his parents, Kelly and Steve De Angelis, to purchase bikes for children with special needs. After seeing other children without adaptive bikes of their own, Bug set up a lemonade stand that raised $2,000 to purchase bikes. His parents continue his charity work through a foundation.

http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/2014/01/02/five-year-old-somerville-boy-the-inspiration-behind-bug-bikes/ZowU1EcbTmSjPtWl4yLu1L/story.html 

Somerville Boy Helps Special Needs Peers Ride Bikes

A five-year-old Somerville resident who’s legally blind started a lemonade stand to help other kids with disabilities. He raised $1,500 before squeezing the first lemon, and his effort has transformed into full-fledged non-profit.

 http://somerville.patch.com/groups/goodnews/p/somerville-boy-helps-special-needs-peers-ride-bikes

5-Year-Old Boy Creates ‘Bug’s Bikes’ For Kids With Special Needs « CBS Boston

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