Isaiah 117 House raises $7,000 with lemonade stands


GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) — Volunteers with the Isaiah 117 House set up 14 stands throughout Greeneville on Saturday to raise awareness to their mission in homing foster children.

The lemonade stands accepted donations, and a total of $7,000 was raised.

The 14 stand locations included Emma James Boutique, Lowe’s, and Creamy Cup, and each stand also offered children gifts and baked goods along with the fresh-squeezed lemonade.

Gwyn Southerland, the Greene County Isaiah 117 House coordinator, organized Saturday’s event.

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