Greensboro, NC -- They've raised money to help with the Gulf Oil Spill relief effort and Victory Junction; now, the McKees' lemonade stand is open to help fight cancer.
Elizabeth McKee and her quadruplets Lacy, Mary Slade, Ross and John sold fresh lemonade and Bruegger's bagels Saturday.
This is the McKees' fourth year raising money with the lemonade stand, a fundraiser they started following the Gulf Oil Spill.
This year, the funds went to Swim for Cancer. Elizabeth tells us they raised $200.
And this past Thursday, WFMY News 2 spoke with Ava Dodge, the 11-year-old swimmer who raised more than $10,000 for the Swim For Cancer Pancake Breakfast.
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