Franklin students run own businesses

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  • Owner William Pallay of “Silly Willy Rocks”

  • All of the enTREPeneurs.

  • Fourth-grade business owner Mary Patti selling her handmade food stuffies.

  • Seventh Grade “Just Hanging Around” business owner Erin Anderson sold homemade wreathes at the TREP$ Marketplace!

Students in Ms. Fedynich's enrichment class at Franklin Borough School were excited to participate in the third annual TREP$ Marketplace.

For three months, the students learned about the ins and outs of what it takes to run a business and in the process they created their own products and sold them at the Marketplace.

The students all walked away with a profit and even future orders for their products. Visitors were able to purchase homemade jewelery, home décor, stuffed animals, plants, magic wands and more.

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