Port Clinton Middle School held its Young Entrepreneur Fair recently, with students in grades six, seven, and eight honored for working hard in the Entrepreneur Club led by Kerry Fial and Ryan Evarts to create their business plans.
All the students had terrific ideas on display for family members and fellow students to view. Winners from the Shark Tank judging the previous evening were announced at the end of the fair. The Grand Champion of the night was Micaela Wiechman with her “Mom How Do I?” business.
Runner up was Emma Rose Johnson with her “Catch and Cook” business plan. Third was “Spa de Guerison,” by Carolynn Below and Addisyn Mooney. Honorable mentions of the evening went to Brynnlee Siefke, Avery Madison and Kendyll Harlaub for “AKB Nails.” Liam Johnson, Adam Fitt and Will Osborne for “Bakery On The Bay” and Shantha Weit, Jaelynn Mazur and Olyvia Gonya for “Helping Paws.”
Susannah Osborne, Kaydin McManus, Delana Toris, Maxon Fluckinger, Ari Dunson, Paige Bowens, Calleigh Fought and Mailey Mowel also competed in the Shark Tank and presented terrific business pitches.
“As advisors we could not be more proud of their confidence, creativity and hard work,” said Fial. “Congratulations to all!”
The Entrepreneur Club members met and planned their projects after school, with Fial and Evarts working up to the judging and fair. See more pictures at www.pccsd.net under the News section.