MARIETTA, Ga. -- Local children are making a sour situation sweet by creating a lemonade stand to help out Hurricane Harvey victims.

The stand sits on Wigley Preserve Drive. The kids heard their parents discussing the devastation from Hurricane Harvey. The first idea they had was to help. Now, they're selling lemonade and loom bracelets that will go to the Red Cross.

"Our lemonade is really, really, really, really good and our bracelets are really creative," said Tanay Kulkarni.

Although they might not exactly know exactly where Harvey hit (their ages range from 3 to 11), the kids still want to do their part.

So far, their efforts have yielded far more than their of $30 with a whopping $600. They plan to donate that money to the American Red Cross

They truly are turning lemons into lemonade.

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