Posted by Anne Quinn Corr on July 8, 2011 

Second generation Boalsburg business

The village of Boalsburg is a slice of Americana right out of Norman Rockwell.  People still go to the post office for their mail and many walk, getting thirsty in the hot sun.  These enterprising youngsters were sitting on the lawn on a blistering July afternoon offering instant refreshment for 25 cents a cup.  Connor and Caitlin were sitting at the very table and chairs that their mom used for her lemonade stand decades ago. Don’t miss them if you are “downtown” in the village.  Their lemonade tasted as refreshing as it looked!  (and they gladly offer curb service too)

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