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Springfield, Virginia / Johnny’s Lemonade Stand #1027001

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 19, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Springfield, Virginia: Wyatt Andrews) 8-year-old Johnny Karlinchak’s lemonade stand to raise money to help family friend Elissa Myers††, whose home was damaged in a storm 3 weeks ago, because she helped his family when his sister Kelly died 4 years ago featured; scenes shown of Johnny’s stand and the tree that fell on Myers’ home. [KARLINCHAK – says she helped us and now it’s time to help her.] [MYERS – says he was giving us from his heart.] [Mother Donna KARLINCHAK††- says the neighbors came together for us.]

Pelley, Scott;
Andrews, Wyatt

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