I was on Facebook and saw this touching story that my cousin posted on her Facebook wall. She always tells me about how I need to post more news that really matter’s, so once I saw and read the story, I knew it was important to make sure we support people who do selfless act’s. Â Detroit is at least $100 million in debt yes people that’s right $100 Million, but that hasnâ€™t discouraged 9-year-old Joshua Smith (pictured above with HOT 107.5â€²s Paigion) from setting up a lemonade and popcorn stand in front of his home to help the city out of its financial crisis, the Detroit Free Press reports. Just so yall know I told yall about Paigion a few months ago, she’s working hard to be picked by BET to be one of the new host for 106 N Park (I think she would do a great job).
The boyâ€“or perhaps, young philanthropist in the makingâ€“was on his way to piano lessons one day when he noticed that the grass at the parks near his home was as tall he is (Joshua stands nearly 5-feet). He also observed that water fountains were broken. After some thinking, Joshua told his parents that he wanted to open a lemonade stand to help Detroit take care of itself. Read More »