Girl Diagnosed with Leukemia Sells Lemonade for Boy in Need

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ROCKLIN -- The Rocklin community rallied around one little girl after her lemonade stand caught the attention of law enforcement.

Taylor Hurst, who was diagnosed with Leukemia, is fundraising for Martin, a little boy who has been diagnosed with a fatal brain tumor.

Martin's family needs the money for treatment to help extend his life by five years.

Taylor and her family encourage everyone to go out to Rocklin and get some lemonade for the good cause. They can be found Saturday at 4762 Racetrack Circle from 9 a.m. to noon. To donate to Martin's family, visit his Campaign One at a Time site.

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