As crew members from the Seacor Power are still being sought after, people from across Acadiana have come together to assist however they can. Three cousins from St. Martinville are putting their best foot forward by selling lemonade to benefit the search efforts.

See the report from our media partners at KATC-TV3 from Facebook below.

According to the story from KATC-TV3, Olyvia, Laila, and Liam will be selling lemonade at M&H AC and Heating on Saturday, May 8th from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. The three will be hard at work serving up cold, delicious lemonade and they will also be taking donated items for volunteers that are still searching for those missing members of the Seacor Power.

All proceeds will be going directly to the GulfCoast Humanitarian Efforts, a non-profit set up by the father of one of the members of the vessel.

The family of these three cousins hopes that the efforts to help those in need by their young heroes will remind everyone that it is important to help out your neighbors in a time of need.

So if you are feeling thirsty, helpful, or both this Saturday, swing by the lemonade stand where you are sure to be greeted with some sweet lemonade and even sweeter smiles.

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