Little Lemon Drops raise $32,000 for Seattle Children's uncompensated care fund

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Photo by Kristi Lin

By Caroline Gugger

On Saturday, September 7th the Little Lemon Drops Junior Guild hosted a memorable "Indoor" Movie Night featuring the classic movie "Up". The guild had a record breaking year, raising $32,000 (and counting!) for Seattle Children's uncompensated care fund.

Outdoor movie night became Indoor movie night
Photo by Kristi Lin

The Outdoor Movie had to be moved indoors as the area experienced a prolonged and dramatic thunder and lightning storm.

Celebrate the Seniors
Photo by Kristi Lin

They used the occasion to celebrate the seniors who have participated in the guild for many years and have been instrumental in leading the younger girls and organizing fundraising activities. Allison Jaquish (4 years) Audrey Rogerson ( 8 years) Samantha Rand (10 years ), Samantha Combs (4 years), and Caroline Gugger (10 years).

The Little Lemon Drops Junior Guild of Seattle Children's Hospital was founded in 2007 with a small group of girls and a lemonade stand.

The girls honor parent leader Betsy Rand
who has been with the group since 2007
Photo by Kristi Lin

The guild has grown to twenty-two enthusiastic 10-18 year old girls who together want to support kids who are patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital. They are helping to provide kids an opportunity to receive the highest quality healthcare, regardless of their ability to pay.


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