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Two sweet little boys in Missouri have been working hard to say thank you to first responders in their town.

Aiden Best and Nathan Perry set up a lemonade stand yesterday to show their appreciation for the Lee’s Summit Police Department.

Holding up a sign that read “Help Us Thank Our Police,” the cheery duo managed to raise $50 to buy officers doughnuts and sodas, Happening Now reported.

They were able to pick up some cinnamon rolls for the local fire department, too.

Speaking to Fox 4, Aiden and Nathan said it is the least they can do.

“I feel like you haven’t really seen anybody thanking any of them right now, so this is for them,” Aiden said, explaining that his experiences at church and in school helped inspire him to give back.

“They protect us, every single one of us,” he added.

“We felt like the police had done so much for us, and they have nothing in return,” said Nathan. “They deserve a treat. They keep us safe.”

The officers thanked the boys for their treats and invited them to check out their patrol cars.

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