Lots of lemonade was prepared on the night of July 6, 2007, as nearly 200 kids geared up for Alex's Lemonade Stand.
At least 20 stands will be set up around Bowling Green on July 7, to raise money for pediatric cancer research.
A kick off for activities was held the morning of July 6, at Salon Panache.
This is the third year Alex's Lemonade Stand has been held in Bowling Green.
"Tomorrow is the big day. A lot of hard work has gone into it - rewarding when people stop," coordinator, Riley Miller said.
Alex's Lemonade Stand was started by Alex Scott, a Connecticut youngster who died of cancer in 2004.
Several local cancer victims will be honored at stands on July 7, including Mya Henderson, Reid and Randon Miller and Abby Cummings.
To see a list of stands get connected firstgiving.com/bowlinggreenlemonade.