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Some things don’t change. From left, Oscar Churape, Ricardo Garcia, Jesus and Issac Chairez and the smallest child in the front — identified only as Giovanni — sell lemonade along Roche Harbor Road Friday as the temperature reached a warm 70 degrees. Together, with Kelvin Nunez (not pictured), whose idea it was in the first place, they hauled in $42.80 in a little more than two hours on the job.  - James Krall
Some things don’t change. From left, Oscar Churape, Ricardo Garcia, Jesus and Issac Chairez and the smallest child in the front — identified only as Giovanni — sell lemonade along Roche Harbor Road Friday as the temperature reached a warm 70 degrees. Together, with Kelvin Nunez (not pictured), whose idea it was in the first place, they hauled in $42.80 in a little more than two hours on the job.
— image credit: James Krall

Some things don’t change. From left, Oscar Churape, Ricardo Garcia, Jesus and Issac Chairez and the smallest child in the front — identified only as Giovanni — sell lemonade along Roche Harbor Road Friday as the temperature reached a warm 70 degrees. Together, with Kelvin Nunez (not pictured), whose idea it was in the first place, they hauled in $42.80 in a little more than two hours on the job.

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