LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Lemons are taking center stage in Tippecanoe County.
Greater Lafayette Commerce announced their third annual Lemonade Day is to be set on May 18.
Children and youth can sign up and get packets explaining how to run their own lemonade stand.
The free backpacks are available at the YWCA, Old National Bank branches, or Greater Lafayette Commerce.
Greater Lafayette Commerce Economic Development Program Manager, Lauren Davis said the program is about life skills.
"This is a great program for kids to get involved in. It teaches them skills they can use through life and moving forward as adults," said Davis.
Last year about 300 kids were involved in Lemonade Day and Davis hopes for about 500 this year.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence (R) proposed a pre-K voucher program as part of his 2014 agenda. The program would give underprivileged children access to pre-K programs.
This is the third year for the Shop with a Cop program, in which officers take children shopping, spending up to $175 on clothing and toys for each child.
The cold and the snow didn't stop hundreds from coming out to Lafayette's annual Christmas Parade.