Lemonade stand collects over $600 for the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center


Lemonade stand collects over $600 for the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center
  1. Lemonade stand collects over $600 for the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center
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WATERVLIET, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Hundreds of dollars will be going to the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center.

All the money is raised by local kids.

Crystal Staccio of Watervliet said her daughter partnered with her nieces and nephews to start a lemonade stand last year at their home. They collected over $500 to Community Hospice in Rennselaer.

The following children were involved with the coordination and execution of the fundraiser:

Austin Grant, age 10, from Pittstown

Garrett Jonker, age 5, from Watervliet

Alaina Staccio, age 4, from Watervliet

Amelia Grant, age 6, from Pittstown

Chyanne Staccio, age 9, from Saugerties

This year they couldn’t wait to do it again.

We decided to do the Children’s Hospital, their g…

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