FANWOOD, NJ -- Since their lemonade stand fundraiser for Children’s Specialized Hospital last summer was so successful, Olivia Haley, Dante Castronuovo and Ian Weisholtz have decided to do it again.

This year, the three rising second graders at Brunner Elementary School are hosting a lemonade stand and donating the proceeds to Valley Brook Village, a community for homeless veterans.

Stop by to help out a good cause. The stand will be held Sunday, July 29, from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. at 456 North Avenue in Fanwood and feature lemonade, snow cones and other snacks and beverages.

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This marks the second time in as many years Olivia, Dante and Ian have operated a lemonade stand. In 2017, they raised more than $800 for Children's Specialized Hospital and were recognized by the New Jersey State Assembly for their efforts.

Valley Brook Village is a first-of-its-kind village-style community on 16+ acres situated on the Lyons Campus of the Department of Veterans Affairs New Jersey Health Care System. It has 62 furnished, one and two-bedroom apartments with shared community space, landscaped walkways, and shared outdoor spaces. Valley Brook Village offers access to a state-of-the art learning center on-site and a vocational training space.

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