COOLING-OFF PERIOD Violet and Adelaide Starr and Abby Knight offer Chemainus folks a chance to beat the heat at their lemonade stand. And each glass was only 25 cents. Quite a bargain by today’s standards. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

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Chemainus kids take a stand to sell lemonade, and at only 25 cents a glass

Abby Knight tries to catch attention for a lemonade stand in Chemainus. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

COOLING-OFF PERIOD Violet and Adelaide Starr and Abby Knight offer Chemainus folks a chance to beat the heat at their lemonade stand. And each glass was only 25 cents. Quite a bargain by today’s standards. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Come and get it! Abby Knight (back) and Violet and Adelaide Starr offer lemonade at a stand on Chemainus Road just like kids used to do in the olden days. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Violet and Adelaide Starr offer lemonade for only 25 cents a glass to help people beat the heat in Chemainus. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Chemainus kids take a stand to sell lemonade, and at only 25 cents a glass

 

Come and get it! Abby Knight (back) and Violet and Adelaide Starr offer lemonade at a stand on Chemainus Road just like kids used to do in the olden days. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Violet and Adelaide Starr offer lemonade for only 25 cents a glass to help people beat the heat in Chemainus. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

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