Shelby and Emma Fisher (5th and 3rd grade) participated in the city-wide Lemonade Day which is a national program that encourages the entrepreneurial spirit in kids by teaching them how to start, own and operate their own business – a Lemonade Stand! They had to come up with a spending plan. a saving plan and sharing goals. The “Sassy Sisters” Lemonade stand was located at Cartwright’s Market on August 20t from 3-6pm. Shelby came up with the idea to serve fresh squeezed lemonade and Emma thought it would be a great idea to serve lumpia (Filipino eggrolls). The girls’ net profit was $296. They will be sharing a portion of their profits with the Christmas Angel program that supports foster kids and the K-9 program of the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office. Shelby said the best part of having a lemonade stand was building the lemonade stand and achieving their goals. Shelby and Emma won a $50 gift card for Best Product for their lemonade.