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Emma Pearson and Tessa Newton, both 12, of Augusta, set up a stand to sell cupcakes and brownie cake-pops for fun during their day off from school on Presidents Day. "One guy bought eight cupcakes," Tessa said.

Emma Pearson and Tessa Newton, both 12, of Augusta, set up a stand to sell cupcakes and brownie cake-pops for fun during their day off from school on Presidents Day. "One guy bought eight cupcakes," Tessa said.   EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
Emma Pearson and Tessa Newton, both 12, of Augusta, set up a stand to sell cupcakes and brownie cake-pops for fun during their day off from school on Presidents Day. "One guy bought eight cupcakes," Tessa said.

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