Danville kids spend summer raising money for ALS research

Kids raise $400 to date by selling lemonade and other tasty treats

Many kids will spend the summer going on vacations, watching TV or playing with friends, but a group of kids in Danville decided to dedicate some of their summer freedom toward a charitable cause and raised $400 for ALS research -- more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Throughout the summer the children on Aptos Place in Danville sold lemonade, snacks and snow cones to raise the money. Being inspired to do so to support one of the children's relatives who has been diagnosed with ALS.

The kids who took part in the fundraiser include Ethan, Matthew and Olivia Dispo, Maddie and Sam Neiman, Liam and Nolan Niccolls, Charlie Nicco, Adian Thorner, Abbey Thorne and Connor Way.

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