A Wounded Warriors Sno-Cone Stand

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A nine year old boy is raising money for injured members of our Armed Forces.

Last summer Seth Carter and his parents built a snow cone stand and named it the Warrior Shack.  They raised nearly $250 and donated 100 percent of the earnings to the Wounded Warriors Project. Seth says he wanted to donate the money  because the soldiers need help.

He said, "I wanted to donate it to them because they get hurt too much and they need money to get stuff to help them. And I just wanted to give money to them."

Saturday (June 28) the Carter family brought the Warrior Shack to Central Mall in Fort Smith.  Kid's Inc. was hold a business showcase.

They were able to raise $225 in donations and little Seth said his family was not keeping any of the money.


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