Pucker Up Follow Up

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Murphy’s Pucker Up is officially on the lunch menu at Breakwater Restaurant and Bar. 

The homemade lemonade – or LemonAid, as founders Anne-Murphy and Nate Miller call it – made its debut at the downtown Beaufort restaurant on Friday, Aug. 1. The proceeds from each sale will go toward the Millers’ goal of raising $2,500 to purchase five LifeStraw Community filtration systems, which will provide clean drinking water to Good Shepherd Academy in Juba, South Sudan, for up to five years. 

Anne-Murphy, 9, and Nate, 8, also traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to meet with the marketing team for Vestergaard – the company that produces the LifeStraw filtration systems – as well as Rev. John Dau and Barbara Nelson from Good Shepherd Academy. 

When Dau spoke at the Millers’ school, Holy Trinity Classical Christian School, they were astounded at the notion of students at Good Shepherd Academy having to walk 3-4 miles each morning to fetch clean water and inspired to do something to help. They’ve raised a little more than half of their goal by selling their homemade recipe from their LemonAid Cart and look forward to reaching the goal with the help of Breakwater.

To find out more about Murphy’s Pucker Up or to donate to the cause, visit murphyspuckerup.com. 

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