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RICHMOND, Va. -- Hundreds of people will help stir up a cure to fight childhood cancer during the annual Anthem LemonAid community-wide event this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Nearly 800 stands will be set up at area Kroger, Walgreens, Walmart and Sam's Club locations as well as at businesses and neighborhoods across Central Virginia. WTVR CBS 6 hosted a stand outside our studios at 3301 W. Broad Street on Friday.  Thanks to all who stopped by our stand and helped raise just over $1700! 

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The special program features local kids hosting LemonAid stands with sales benefiting the Hematology and Oncology clinic at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU.

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