Middle school students donate Lemonade Day profits - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Middle school students donate Lemonade Day profits to Children's Home

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Children's Home of Lubbock received a special donation from students at Laura Bush Middle School Friday.

Sixth graders at the school donated $138 to the organization.

The students raised the money through tips they received during Lemonade Day.

Mandy Winton, a 6th grade teacher at the school applauded what her students did:

"They did a fantastic job in the planning and in all of the work as well as with the actual Lemonade Day itself."

In total, the students raised a total of $400 during Lemonade Day.

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