AUSTIN (KXAN) - Eight-year old Mikaila Ulmer doesn't just sell any lemonade. It's based on her great-grandmother's 70-year-old recipe.
She adds honey, flaxseed and some secret ingredients to make BeeSweet Lemonade. And Mikaila's profits will provide at least one family in a Third World country a package of bees, equipment and training in beekeeping.
But how much money has she made? According to Mikaila, "I can't count it all but I made enough."
Saturday was the sixth annual Aton Children's Business Fair and 100 stands were set up by children from 47 different schools.
"It's important to give them that entrepreneurial spirit," said Jeff Sandefer, a teacher from Acton School of Business, "that if you make something with your own hands, sell it to someone you don't know and have money left over, that's about all you need to know about entrepreneurship."
For Mikalia, the buzz doesn't stop at her lemonade stand. She also has her own Facebook page that visitors can 'like' to learn interesting facts about bees, honey and BeeSweet Lemonade.
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A man is expected to survive after being stabbed in the head at the Salvation Army shelter in Downtown Austin at about 3:45 a.m. Friday.
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