Joy McGregor of Community Futures, Lesser Slave Lake was in Hilda Eben Park in Slave Lake last week, teaching a group of kids the finer points of setting up and running a lemonade stand. She calls the program ‘Lemonade Day University,’ and it preps the would-be entrepreneurs for Lemonade Day, which is June 18. That’s when kids signed up for the program set up stands around the area and try to make a profit for themselves and their investors. In the ‘university’ session, McGregor said she taught the kids about “saving, spending and sharing.” Also covered was the difference between an investor and a sponsor, and concepts of customer service. Lemonade Day is a project of Community Futures.