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Sunrise Elementary Grade 4 student Lauren Shuttleworth, 9, shows off her Terrific Tooth Pillows that she had for sale during an Entrepreneur fair at the school Friday. - Evan Seal / Black Press
Sunrise Elementary Grade 4 student Lauren Shuttleworth, 9, shows off her Terrific Tooth Pillows that she had for sale during an Entrepreneur fair at the school Friday.
— image credit: Evan Seal / Black Press

Sunrise Elementary Grade 4 student Lauren Shuttleworth, 9, shows off her Terrific Tooth Pillows that she had for sale during an Entrepreneur fair at the school last Friday.

Lauren was one of over 50 students who took part in a six week business class that taught the students how to design a product, make a business plan, market the product and then sell their creations.

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