Mamaroneck brothers sell hot cocoa for cancer

Two young Mamaroneck boys set up shop inside an ice cream parlor to sell hot cocoa this cold winter to raise money for cancer research.



Evan and Joshua Greenberg, 13 and 11 years old, say they are raising money to fund pediatric cancer research.



The brothers began their hot cocoa stand nine years ago in their parents' garage, their mother says. After four years of increasing success, they moved to All Good Things in Scarsdale, Evan's favorite ice cream parlor and candy store.



In all, the brothers have raised $15,000 for pediatric cancer research. They say they expect to raise almost $5,000 this year alone.


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