Kids across Texoma were working on their business skills and serving up drinks with a smile for Lemonade Day.
This is a part of Lemonade Day which is a national program that teaches kids how to start, own and operate their very own businesses by selling lemonade.
There was lemonade stands across the area like at United Market Street, Cajun Fest, in the Books-A-Million parking lot and Bellevue just to name a few.
WFISD student Porter Bitsche and his friend Alex Park had their stand by the Wichita Falls Brewing Company and Porter said Lemonade Day teaches him a lot of lessons.
“To be an entrepreneur and like own a business,” fifth-grader Porter Bitsche said. “How to run it and payback your expenses and everything.”
All money raised during Lemonade Day is kept by the people running the stand and they are encouraged to spend, save and share their earnings.