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Nico’s Lemonade Stand in Plainville raises money for Make-A-Wish

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Nico Fasold from Plainville runs a lemonade stand that has raised thousands of dollars for Make-A-Wish Connecticut, and he's doing it again on Saturday.

When Nico was 4 years old,  in 2010, he wanted to have a lemonade stand and his parents gave him a choice as to where he would like to donate the money and explained each charity to him.

He chose Make-a-Wish Connecticut because "it helps kids make a wish that are sick."

The first year he was able to send them $65 --not bad for a 5-year-old. The second year, his goal was $100.

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