Lemonade stand raises money for Colo. wildfires second year in a row

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DENVER -- Some kids decide to put up lemonade stands in order to raise money for the latest video game or action figure, but the Doby children have a different goal in mind.

For the second year in a row, they have set up lemonade stand in their neighborhood to help raise money for Colorado wildfire relief.

Last year, they raised $1,000 for the Red Cross and Poudre Valley Fire Department after some of the state's worst wildfires broke out.

They have doubled their goal this year, and are planning to raise $2,000 for Colorado's wildfires, as well as their charity of choice, Colorado Youth at Risk.

The lemonade stand is located at 538 Adams Street in Denver, and will be running through the weekend.

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