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The best deal in town

Payton Graves, 10, and Aydin Quinton, 11, set up their roadside stand on Meadowbrook Way, offering sweet deals on Kool-Aid and raspberries last week. The berries sold for 50 cents a cup, the fruity beverages for a quarter. The girls are raising money for gifts for themselves and others. Payton said she wanted to buy a present for her little brother, whom she described as a “sweet” sibling to her. - Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Payton Graves, 10, and Aydin Quinton, 11, set up their roadside stand on Meadowbrook Way, offering sweet deals on Kool-Aid and raspberries last week. The berries sold for 50 cents a cup, the fruity beverages for a quarter. The girls are raising money for gifts for themselves and others. Payton said she wanted to buy a present for her little brother, whom she described as a “sweet” sibling to her.
— image credit: Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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