PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There are not many things that say summer better than a kid’s lemonade stand.

Much like so many other things, those haven’t been around due to the pandemic.

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Country Time says it is going to write $100 “bailout” checks to kids whose lemonade stands have been shuddered due to coronavirus.

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They’re calling it “Littlest Bailout Relief Fund” and its purpose is to help offset the loss of revenue for junior entrepreneurs and their curbside lemonade stands.

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Children under the age of 14 qualify for the “Littlest Bailout Relief Fund” and parents or guardians can help them apply by August 12 on the Country Time website – which can be found here.