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Caroline Freeman Piche, 6, who lives in Mount Juliet Tennessee has started a lemonade stand to assist the family of slain Mount Juliet Tennessee police officer Sergeant Daniel Baker who was killed in the line of duty recently.
Caroline started a lemonade stand with the profits going to the family of the deceased police officer.
Thanks to the power of social media and the word of mouth coming from her neighborhood, in a period of five hours Caroline has raised more than $1,100 dollars.
Caroline is doing this kind gesture to raise money to defray the costs of burying Sergeant Baker since she wants to be a law enforcement officer when she becomes an adult.
It is very rare for a child to start a lemonade stand or any kind of business to raise money for law enforcement officers that are slain in the line of duty.
My salute to Caroline for sharing her talent of business in her neighborhood to assist law enforcement officers to do their duty to protect and serve their communities.