October 3, 2022
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Lemonade day brings out the business side of Wayne County youth

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Addie Peterson had a prime location for her Lemonade Rocks stand at Secrest Arboretum on Saturday, where Linda Barbo of Wooster was a happy customer.

WOOSTER — Josh Peterson knew his daughter, Addie, would be successful with her lemonade stand because she’s always had a nose for business.

Peterson recalled how over the winter, his 8-year-old set up a concession stand in the basement of their house and was selling items from the freezer back to her father.

Addie was part of Wayne County’s Lemonade Day on Saturday. The event was put on by the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce, and is part of a national program created by the Lemonade Day organization. Peterson was proprietor of one of 21 stands set up around the Wayne County with the goal of helping children to better understand how business works.

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