INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - You may see many lemonade stands while you're out and about Saturday.
Thousands of children in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas are setting up the stands for Lemonade Day.
The national program teaches children how to start, own and operate their own business.
More than 20,000 Indiana children are expected to participate in Lemonade Day this year.
Local children will have stands set up at grocery stores, parks, neighborhoods and other locations.
Indiana is one of 30 stated that participates in Lemonade Day on May 18.
Governor Pence and First Lady Karen helped kick off Lemonade Day Friday at the Statehouse along with some of the young entrepreneurs.
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