COPPERAS COVE, TX — Lemonade Day is continuing in Copperas Cove, Killeen and the Fort Hood area.
After being delayed two months, these young entrepreneurs can finally gain new skills they love to learn.
Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm you'll be seeing lemonade stands throughout the area.
Five Hills Copperas Cove Royalty will be participating, as they do each year, and they're all raising money for an organization of their choice. All money earned during this weekend will go toward a greater cause in making Central Texas a better place.
Below is a list of each Royalty booth and the organization they're supporting.
Five Hills Ambassador Kaydence Roberts (national stand design contest winner)—2210 U.S. Hwy. 190, Copperas Cove; 11 AM-4 PM both Saturday and Sunday; benefits animal shelter
Five Hills Junior Ambassador Hayley Sawyer set up at Walgreens, 527 E Hwy 190, Copperas Cove; 10 AM-6 PM both Saturday and Sunday; benefits homeless veterans
Preteen Miss Five Hills Romella Spitzer sets up at her home, 1437 Lubbock Dr., Copperas Cove; 10 AM-4 PM both Saturday and Sunday; benefits CCISD Special Education Program to provide sensory classroom equipment for autistic students.
Junior Miss Five Hills Kadence Coombs & Miniature Miss Five Hills Joslynn Coombs set up at Bush’s Chicken, 112 W. Hwy. 190, Copperas Cove; 11 AM-4 PM both Saturday and Sunday; benefits Halstead Elementary weekend backpack program at Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary to feed students in need on weekends when they are not able to eat at school. **Bush’s will donate 10% of its sales both Saturday and Sunday to these students’ stand.**
Little Miss Five Hills Alaya Pringle sets up at her home at 3208 Shawlands Road, Killeen. 1 PM-3 PM Saturday only. Proceeds will be used to begin a weekend backpack program at Martin Walker Elementary to feed students in-need on weekends when they are not able to eat at school.
Little Mister Five Hills Jordan Hendrix, Jr. sets up at his home at 5221 Wales Street, Unit 1, Fort Hood; Saturday and Sunday, 11 AM-5 PM; benefits Cards Across the Ocean, which welcomes home soldiers from combat deployments with homemade cards.