Owners of Feedme Hospitality get together with Edmonds Chamber of Commerce staff to hand off a check that helped with costs of putting on the Edmonds Kind of 4th annual Independence Day celebration. The money came from lemonade stand sales. In the photo are Andrew Leckie, Shubert Ho, Greg Urban, Erica Sugg and Alicia Moreno. (Edmonds Chamber of Commerce)

Owners of Feedme Hospitality get together with Edmonds Chamber of Commerce staff to hand off a check that helped with costs of putting on the Edmonds Kind of 4th annual Independence Day celebration. The money came from lemonade stand sales. In the photo are Andrew Leckie, Shubert Ho, Greg Urban, Erica Sugg and Alicia Moreno. (Edmonds Chamber of Commerce)

Way to go

Lemonade stand raised $2,350 for An Edmonds Kind of 4th

The Feedme Hospitality & Restaurant Group (Salt & Iron, Shooby Doo Catering, Bar Dojo, The MAR•KET, SanKai, Potlatch Bistro, Fire & the Feast, Shore Pine Coffee & Gelato) for the second time used the Fourth of July weekend to raise money for An Edmonds Kind of 4th celebration with sales from a lemonade stand.

Through the purchase of regular and spiked lemonade, owners Andrew Leckie and Shubert Ho, were able to collect and donate $2,350 to the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce in support of the 4th of July celebration.

“We can’t thank our community enough for their support,” said Greg Urban, President & CEO of the Edmonds Chamber, in a press release. “It has been hard enough for our business owners to keep their operations going, and to then think of ways to help others is just amazing. The funds raised from the lemonade sales make it easier to produce these community events, which take a lot more staff time and resources than most people would guess. Thank you to the entire Feedme Hospitality staff for helping this beloved Edmonds celebration.”

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