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Entrepreneurs at Comox Valley school bringing their products to 'market'

Fifty-eight keen Grade Six students at École Robb Road have been working very diligently over the last three months to make some unique and creative products for their Young Entrepreneur Fair.
They will sell their creations in the school gym May 8 from 12:30 to 3 p.m.
They would love to see many people from the community come in to admire their hard work, and perhaps buy an awesome gift or two for Mother's Day.  These industrious children are dedicating 10 per cent of their earnings to a worthy cause.
The experience of designing, making and eventually selling their products has been a very rich experience. They have made professional-looking business plans to accompany their product.
— École Robb Road

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