Sabrina Roesler

SUGAR LAND FOURTH grader Sabrina Roesler lost her father when she was 6. "My dad had brain cancer and we really wanted him to get better, but they didn't have a cure," says the now 9-year-old. Even at such a young age, Roesler felt called to turn her situation into something positive — to make lemonade, if you will. After years of practice with plastic playsets and toy lemonade stands, Roesler started a real-life business called Fresh'n Juicy, and decided to donate 10 percent of all sales to the Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation, a Houston brain-cancer-research organization. "It feels like something I have to do, because I loved my dad so much, and I want others to have a second chance if they get diagnosed."

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