Students at Charleston Montessori School will participate in West Virginia Lemonade Day on Saturday.
Lemonade Day is a nationwide campaign to develop future business and community leaders though the Google for Entrepreneurs program and is coordinated in West Virginia by Melissa Aguilar of the Region 1 Workforce Investment Board.
The students will operate a lemonade stand beginning at 10 a.m. at the East End Bazaar open-air market on Washington Street East at Ruffner Avenue.
Profits will benefit the school's scholarship fund. In recognition and support of the Susan G. Komen race, which takes place earlier Saturday, pink lemonade also will be available.For more information, visit www.educatewv.com or call the school at 304-340-9000.