The Center for Entrepreneurship and Rural Development hosted its annual Lemonade Stand program for youths entering grades four and five.
Participants in the free program set up lemonade stands Thursday at different Kearney locations.
But first, earlier in the week, they learned about business concepts such as counting change, selling to customers, making a product and marketing.
Professionals from the Center for Entrepreneurship and Rural Development led a public workshop Monday at UNK’s West Center. Lessons also were taught to fourth and fifth graders who are part of the Kearney Community Learning Center and UNK’s Plambeck Early Childhood Education Center.
PHOTOS BY ERIKA PRITCHARD, UNK COMMUNICATIONS