LHS students win Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge with hydroponics business idea

Lincoln County youths put their creative ideas to the test at the second annual Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge. “I think that the students just did an all around great job researching the idea, coming up with financial numbers, and they presented everything very well,” said Kelly Larson, Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation Executive Director.

The event, which was March 5, challenged local high school students to develop a sustainable business idea. A panel of judges, including local business owners and bankers, scored each students’ projects.

“Being a judge has been enjoyable, to be able to see our area youth put together these business ideas,” said Bree McReynolds-Baetz, who has judged both years. “Some of them are very interesting and well thought-out.”

 

 

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