NORFOLK, Neb. -- Three businesses in northeast Nebraska are holding a camp this week to teach kids more about money.

McMill CPAs & Advisors, RPC, and Wealth Management are holding a Lemonade Camp on Wednesday in Norfolk.

Children will make lemonade and the money raised will be donated to the Norfolk Library Foundation.

Throughout the day, children will learn lessons about managing finances. 

Jessica Kruger, the marketing manager for RPC, said the camp was created to teach children in the community about financial literacy.

"We just saw a need for financial literacy and education in the youth in the community," Kruger said. "If we teach them when they are young, they are going to carry that through high school, college, and when they are adults."

Attendees will also get to create their own advertisements and crafts at the camp. 

Lemonade will be sold at River Point Square from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday.