Glyndon boy sets up lemonade stand to benefit the GrommeshesMoorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - A Glyndon boy is doing his part to help the Grommeshes, as Extreme Makeover wraps up the show.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
5-year old Beau Majerus told his family he wanted to host a Lemonade Stand across from the site, off 8th Street.
Companies donated water, pop and treats. Beau will sell lemonade again tomorrow, and donate proceeds to Hope INC. and the family.
“So the Grommeshes have a lot of money!"
Beau set up in his Grandpa's front yard.
Heritage Homes is asking for your help raising 100-thousand dollars for the Grommeshes. The money will be put in a trust to pay down the mortgage, taxes, and insurance on the extreme house.
It will also pay off the old house. So far, 30-thousand dollars has been raised. You can drop off checks at the check-in tent by the Mariott, or any Bremer Bank.