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A 9-year old boy in Detroit is working to do his part to help his city fight its financial crisis. Joshua Smith is selling lemonade, popcorn and whatever he can to raise money for the city that could go broke at any time. Smith has a goal of raising $1,000 to help his city, which has endured significant budget cuts due to its economic problems. While no one truly expects that Smith can solve the problems by himself, others are inspired by his willingness to do all that he can to help his community.
Smith did more than his part. By the end of the week, the boy had raised $3,340, leading him to receive an award from the Detroit City Council. He also got a $2,000 scholarship for college from the Rosa Parks Scholarship Foundation.