Adilee Verburg was able to raise over $850 for the Stollery Childrens’ Hospital. A large part of that donation came from Urban Bulldogs Against Kids Abuse who came out with over 20 members to buy treats plus made a donation on behalf of their organization. (Photo Submitted by KELLIE VERBURG)

PHOTO: Lacombe lemonade stand supports Stollery Hospital

Adilee Verburg raised $850

Adilee Verburg was able to raise over $850 for the Stollery Childrens’ Hospital. A large part of that donation came from Urban Bulldogs Against Kids Abuse who came out with over 20 members to buy treats plus made a donation on behalf of their organization. (Photo Submitted by KELLIE VERBURG)

By Todd Vaughan

Adilee Verburg raised $850

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