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The Sweet Side to Ore. Girl's Lemonade Stand Flap: Disneyland

Julie Murphy holds up the sign she made for her lemonade stand. Multnomah County health inspectors stepped in to shut down the 7-year-old girl's lemonade stand at a recent art fair in northeast Portland. Little Julie Murphy had failed to get a $120 temporary restaurant license. AP Photo/Torsten Kjellstrand, The Oregonian

NEW YORK (CBS/AP) Julie Murphy's lemonade stand turned out, after all, to be a huge success.

The 7-year-old Oregon girl who found herself at the center of a national flap about childhood lemonade stands versus government bureaucrats is going to Disneyland.

Julie managed to make $1,838.31 in her second attempt at selling lemonade -- enough to bankroll a trip for her and her mother, Maria Fife.

Multnomah County health inspectors shut down her enterprise last month at a local Portland arts fair because she lacked a food-safety license. News of the lemonade standoff went national.

Multnomah County Chairman Jeff Cogen later apologized and told health inspectors to use "professional discretion" in enforcing food-safety laws intended for commercial businesses.

As for Julie, Portland radio station KRSK and Les Schwab Tire Centers set her up in business for an afternoon last Friday at a tire store in suburban Milwaukie.

Julie's mom says mother and daughter appreciate "everything that everyone did."

However, is this the best use of the lemonade stand money?

Let us know what you think.