In late June, grade 3 students kicked off their Lemonade for Livy fundraiser to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation. The program is named for Olivia “Livy” Scheinman, who has been living with epilepsy since birth. During morning recess on July 28, the students will run lemonade stands to raise more funds. To promote the activity, students placed posters around the lower school campus containing a QR code for more information about the fundraising effort. Students also prepared by reading Jacqueline Davies’ “The Lemonade War,” in which two young entrepreneurs learn the key elements of the lemonade business. To learn more about living with epilepsy, students also spoke remotely with Maile Chung ’17, who was diagnosed with epilepsy during her freshman year at Harker. Students showed their gratitude for Chung’s insight by writing thank you messages to her following her appearance.