Kids serve hot cocoa

Eight-year-old Paysen Kelley, left, and her 9-year-old cousin Amelia Young stand outside a hot cocoa stand they created Sunday. They made $48 selling hot cocoa.

Two Gillette girls braved record cold temperatures to serve some hot cocoa to local motorists last weekend.

Amelia Young, 9, and her 8-year-old cousin Paysen Kelley were outside bundled up making snow angels in 8-degree weather when an idea came to them: Make some hot cocoa and sell it to others shivering in the cold.

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