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i ..... June 23, 2014 The Star Page 9 Above: A group of students listen intently to a lesson during an entrepreneurial munity High School last week. At right: Nathaniel Brien turned a gift into a business. bracelets made out of rubber bands and open the business Rainbow Loom. camp that was held at the Turtle Mountain Com- After getting one as a gift, Brien decided to make dents met the needs and wants of al- most every customer. Some of the ventures included a bakery, floral shop and video game center. At the young age of ten years old, Halle Williams already has an idea what she wants to keep busy with. Williams opened a bake shop featur- ing her favorite dish: scotcheroos. Although the treats she had for sale looked good, Williams said she ran into a few problems while getting them ready. "I burnt the chocolate to the pan on one of then and it got really stuck to the pan," she said. "But this is my favorite thing to do so I'm glad I'm trying it." A little further down the 'street' Gracie Neufeld was busy running Royville Floral. Neufeld Said she has always enjoyed selling flowers and added the Lady Slipper was her best seller. Jalin Haadem opted to turn his love for video games into a business. Haadem opened Snacky Hollow Games, which combined two things a lot of kids love; games and snacks. Savy (Continued from Haadem sold chances to play various games on the Nintendo Wii. If a player challenged him and won, Haa- dem would take his picture. "I like the graphics in gameplay and exploring new things," Haadem said. "So far most of the customers have wanted to either play Mario Kart or Super Smash Bros." Hope Neufeld opened up a coffee shop, featuring hot cocoa and several baked goods. She described her ex- perience at camp as something that she could take with her beyond the classroom. "I want to go into business man- agement so I like the experience and enjoy learning from Barry," Neufeld said. Royville also had a geLleral store where businesses owners could pur- chase any supplies they needed. When customers purchased an item, the owners were required to write out receipts, count money and calculate change. Streigel said that the goal of the camp is to cultivate emerging en- trepreneurial talents through hands- on experiences. Page 1) Presentation Clinic 477- Located in Presentation Medical Center, Rolla hot coco to a customer. (Photos by John Rosinski) for the whole family Open Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. New Patients & Walk-Ins Welcome Call us to arrange an appointment & minimize your wait time. Ben Bucher Kimberly Benning Alex Bridgeman FNP-BC FNP-BC FNP-BC Senior Care Women's Health Men's Health Children Caring for our community. Caring for you. th July 4-5 in Rolla, Car & Motorcycle Show North Art Show Rolla City Hall 10 a.m to 4 p.m. Sponsored by Rolla Arts Council Games to Go Inflatable Games for Kids of all ages! I to 5 p.m. in Rolla City Park Petting Zoo ! to 5 p.m. in Rolla City Park Starts at 5:30 p.m. at Rolla City Park! Join Joe Parisien and Friends Karaoke for some musical competition! FREE ADMISSION! Belt out a tune and WIN! Kids 16 & Under 5:30-7:30 p.m. Adults 7:30-9 p.m. Competitors are welcome to bring their own CDs! Dusk at Robert Neameyer Field Back up date Saturday, July 5 5K IOK Fun Run/Walk 8 a.m. Rolla School Registration at 7:30 a.m. .... Art Show Rolla Cfly Hall !0 a.m to 4 p.m. Sponsored by Rolla Arts Coundl Serving Pie and Coffee Kiddie Parade 12:30 p.m. Main Street Une up at Rolla Hew Gym Registration 11:45 to 12:15 RAGTOP Grand Parade Car ! p.m. Main Street Registration from 11'12:30 a.m. at Theel Motors 2-4 p,m. Main Street 1 to 5 p.m. at Rolla City Pool : 2. :~ J un lence ram