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OVERTON, TX (KLTV) -
A little summer fun was spoiled by police in Overton, and state health laws. Andria and Zoey Green wanted to raise $105 for a Father's Day present.
"We were trying to raise some money to take our dad to Splash Kingdom,” 8-year-old Andria explains.
Their mother, Sandi Evans says her daughters have an entrepreneurial spirit.
"The girls are always into making their own money,” Evans says.
The girls initially wanted to start a paper route, but decided on a lemonade stand to make money more quickly.
Zoey describes their business plan.
"We had kettle corn and lemonade. The lemonade was for 50 cents and the kettle corn was a dollar, but if you got both it was a dollar.”
They had been open for about an hour and had already made more than $25, when police showed up, initially because they were set up near the curb in a residential street.
The Green sisters say they will set up their lemonade stand this Saturday from 10:00am until 12:00pm. This time, though, they will be accepting donations.
originally posted by: Domo1
This is not the cops fault really. Blame whoever voted in the people that made the laws.
Yeah they could have brushed it off, but that could bite them in the ass with our overly litigious society.