Lemon-aid in Pacific Beach raises funds for Houston
Published - 09/04/17 - 02:50 PM | 3 3 comments | 30 30 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Nora and Hazel Saldaña, with their aunt, Maeve Saldaña, sell lemonade on the corner of Fanuel and Loring streets to Jake Armstrong (right) of Pacific Beach.
Nora and Hazel Saldaña, with their aunt, Maeve Saldaña, sell lemonade on the corner of Fanuel and Loring streets to Jake Armstrong (right) of Pacific Beach.
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Nora and Hazel Saldaña, 3-year-old twins of Conor and Kim Saldaña, raised more than $200 for the American Red Cross relief effort in Houston by selling lemonade on the corner of Fanuel and Loring streets over the weekend. Their dad grew up on Loring Street and had many a lemonade stand himself. They were helped by their aunt, Maeve Saldaña (behind the table), a 2016 Mission Bay High graduate, and their first customer was Jake Armstrong (right) of Pacific Beach.
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Tim Bell
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September 05, 2017
Love it! Great cause...And the police didn't show up to issue a citation! I loved PB back in the 70's and 80's but to crowded now. I remember selling lemonade in Long Beach some 60 years ago. Great memories....
Oma Cooper
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September 04, 2017
What a thrill to see my great grandchildren, Nora and Hazel Saldana doing such a loving act of kindness! Way to

go, girls! Oma is so very proud of you!

Popsie5023
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September 04, 2017
The most beautiful girls in the world helping out the world. Our future is bright!
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