After a sour experience selling lemonade, three Warner Robins girls received top honors for their bravery.
Harley Powers says, "It's been hard because knowing that Logan got his money stolen."
They were trying raise money for a sick two year old last Saturday when robbers snatched their profits, but they couldn't break their spirits.
Krystal DeCent says, "I felt kind of sad because I was like how could you steal money from a two year old. But then again I'm actually glad because it's a blessing in disguise."
Support poured in from all over the country with donations to the child's family.
Macon businessman Martin Bell recognized the girls efforts on Friday with plaques, checks and some other prizes. He donated $260 to the fund set up for Logan Varnadoe, who is undergoing treatment in Ohio for an intestinal disease.
Bell says, "We're going to name them lemonade sales persons of the year."