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Girls Sell Lemonade In Commerce City To Benefit Family Of Fallen Arvada Police Officer Gordon Beesley

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4) - On Tuesday, people across Colorado paid their respects to fallen Arvada police Officer Gordon Beesley, who was killed in a shooting last week. In Commerce City, two girls decided to set up a lemonade stand to raise money for Officer Beesley's family.

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(credit: 17th Judicial District Attorney's office)

Colorado's 17th Judicial District Attorney's office shared pictures of the two girls, Addyson and Scarlett, as they sold lemonade in a local park.

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(credit: 17th Judicial District Attorney's office)

The girls wore shirts that read "Lemonade for Officer Beasley." For 50 cents, customers could buy a glass of lemonade or a bag of chips.

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(credit: 17th Judicial District Attorney's office)
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(credit: 17th Judicial District Attorney's office)

The girls plan to donate the proceeds to the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation. To donate to the fund, visit cofallenhero.org.

RELATED: 'Justice, Protection, & Loyalty': Coloradans Pay Their Respects To Fallen Arvada Police Officer Gordon Beesley

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