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Kids raise funds with hot chocolate

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Dan Thrift / Tahoe Daily Tribune/ Savannah Moulton, Jordanne Cabrera, Jane Anthony and Georgie Cabrera, from left, sell hot chocolate outside Albertsons last month to help raise money for hurricane relief efforts.

Nine local children set up a hot chocolate stand Oct. 29 to raise funds to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina. The stand was in front of Albertsons, and the children collected $137.75 between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. They plan to send all profits to aid the hurricane victims via World Relief Organization.

Albertsons donated the hot chocolate mix, and a fee of $1 per cup was charged. Donations were accepted, also.

The young people who participated in the event are Luke, 9, Savannah, 7, and Summit Moulton, 6; Stanley, 7, and George, 5, Rohrbacker; Jordanne 16, and Georgia Cabrera, 6; Jane Anthony, 5; and Tatum Gleason, 7.