People in Harrisburg raise money for childhood cancer research

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HARRISBURG - People in our Capitol City are helping cure childhood cancer.. one cup at a time.

Lemonade was available for a donation, all weekend long at the Philly Pretzel Factory on N. Progress St. in Harrisburg.

The proceeds go to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer.

The Owner of Philly Pretzel Factory says this weekend has been all about speeding up the process of one day finding a cure.

They hope to raise about $1,600.

Owner, Robert Lahr says, "The great things about Alex's Lemonade Stand is that it touches everybody.  For every family member, someone has a child.  They're really on top of the cure."

Donations can be made at http://www.alexslemonade.org/how-your-donation-helps