Young Entrepreneur Fair at Port Clinton Middle School

Mar 5, 2024 | Schools | 0 comments

Port Clinton Middle School Entrepreneur Fair top winners were, from left, Ari Dunson, Grand Champion, with her business plan for Spirit Shack; second place Shantha Weit for Curious Cat Café; and third place to Micaela Wiechman with Gardens of Hope.

Port Clinton Middle School spotlighted students’ marketing skills during the Young Entrepreneur Fair on Feb. 21. Students in grades six, seven and eight have been working hard in the Entrepreneur Club led by Kerry Fial. After spending weeks on their projects, their culminating business proposals came to light as they dazzled the judges in the first phase of judging, The Shark Tank, where 28 students presented their projects.

Scoring third place was Micaela Wiechman with Gardens of Hope, Runner Up was Shantha Weit’s Curious Cat Cafe, and the Grand Champion of the entire event was Ari Dunson, with Spirit Shack. Also scoring well and earning Honorable Mentions were: Jayden Jackson, Bradley Klacik and Jaxon Snyder’s Three Man Repair; Brynnlee Siefke, Avery Madison and Kendyll Hartlaub’s Avendalee’s; Kynleigh Scott’s Perfect Parties; and Dylan Bergman and Brielle Frank’s Bougie Beauty Lounge.

Also displaying exceptional work ethic in their projects were Entrepreneur Club members Ashlyn Wierzba, Olivia Cutcher, Reagan Laird, Char Whiting, Berkeley Mizener, Charlotte Smith, Layla Noble, Audrey Hravnick, Maxon Fluckinger, Ke’Ari Lanier, Kennedi Wainwright, Charlotte Ireland, Alivia Finn, Chloe Hatt and Adrienne Wheeler.

The PCMS Entrepreneur Club members met and planned their projects after school with Fial, working up to the judging and fair. See more pictures at under the News section.

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