Is there anything better on a hot, humid, Tri-State summer day then an ice cold glass of lemonade? In this case, yes. It's when that glass of lemonade helps support the work of the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center!

The Rehab Center will host its annual LemonAID Stand this Friday from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the facility on Bellemeade Avenue on Evansville's east side. Notice they spell lemonade with "AID" at the end since that's exactly what it does. It aids the Rehab Center allowing them to continue providing physical, occupational, and speech therapy to adults and children with disabilities. The event has helped raise over $78,000 to date!

This year's stand will be hosted and run by Abby and Mark Wells with help from their sons P.J. and Noah, as well as their daughter Abby who has relied on the services of Easterseals after being diagnosed with a genetic disorder called PCH Type 1B when she was 18 months old.

In addition to having lemonade for sale, the event will also feature food including hamburgers, hot dogs, barbecue, and ice cream, along with several great auction items. Make a point to swing by and grab some lunch to help support this amazing facility!

[Source: Easterseals Rehabilitation Center on Facebook]