We are honored to host "Ethan's Lemonade Stand" THIS SATURDAY!
The community has really stepped up and will be providing tons of great raffles, prizes, face painting, massages, the Pink Heals Fire Truck will be there...and Ariel (you heard it right...from The Little Mermaid!) will be making a special appearance!
Please come out to join us this Saturday, May 14th starting at 1 PM at The Nut Tree!!
More Info and to RSVP click HERE
It is not just lemonade! We will have a raffle with items valued up to $225, a bake sale, the pink heels is bringing thier pink fire engine out, jelly belly prize wheell, Fentons creamery with treats, face painting and massages (for donation) from Blake Austin Beauty college, and even Ariel the little mermaid (from 1-2pm) thanks to storybook memories. It should we a lot of fun with 100% of the funds going to the Alex's lemonade stand foundation for childhood cancer research and the families of two vacaville children battling cancer. We hope everyone that can will come by!
I'm holding a fundraiser to help Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation move one step closer to finding a cure for all children with cancer! You can join me by helping me plan this event, attending my event, or making a donation right to this page. The money you donate will pay for research to find better treatments and cures for childhood cancer. Please help kids and their families by providing desperately needed hope! Thanks for your support!
Ethan's preschool classmate Rajin and his classemates father both have been fighting cancer together for the past year. The strength that this family has is more than amazing and we know that there is not much that we can personally do. Ethan desperatly wants to cure cancer and has been trying to mix potions of "medicine" at home in an attempt to do so. The lemonade stand is a great way for him to actually help find a cure for childhood cancer. Through the Alex Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer we would like to raise money on Rajin's behalf and make a donation in his honor in hopes that more children will not need to go through this in the future.