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    Congratulations to the winners of the

    5th Annual Sumter's Future Entrepreneurs Contest!

    This year, due to COVID-19, the Live Competition was held virtually. Our judges have determined the following winners:

    Live Finalists:

    South Sumter High School

    1st Place ($1000)         Rachael Yacuzzo              Business Name: Henna of Honor

    2nd Place ($500)          Sheyenne McAlister        Business Name: Shey's Shiabann

    The Villlages High School

    1st Place ($1000)         Kenna Broaderick           Business Name: Jouer: A Performing Arts Studio

    2nd Place ($500)          Mariah Grant                    Business Name: Granting Hope Animal Services

    Wildwood Middle High School

    1st Place ($1000)         Luis Carvajal                         Business Name: Road Runner

    2nd Place ($500)          Nia Kelley & Tyrie Jones   Business Name: Worm Farm


    Display Finalists: 

    These students received $100 each for exhbiting their business idea as a digital poster. (click on the business name to view the poster)

    South Sumter High School:

    Seth Silhavy                      Business Name: Flying Acrobats

    Makenzie Lawrence       Business Name: HL Creamery

    The Villages High School:

    April Carr                              Business Name: Blank Canvas Interior Design Company

    Savannah Townsend      Business Name: Kids 4 Kids

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