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This year's event will take place on the Morristown Green on August 28 from 1pm - 3pm.The keynote speaker will be Morristown Mayor Tim ...“TREPS makes us learn to run a business, learn a price and work with friends as a team.” Shamsudin developed a coaster business, known as “Coaster City,” with her fifth-grade classmates, Julia Aydemir and Lena Takhim.Some fifth graders went solo in their TREP$ business, such as Emmanuel Abraham.We gave the kids feedback, helped build a prototype of their business, taught advertisement and how to sell their products.” Judging by the mini cash registers each kid brought that were full by the end of the event, the Woodmont fifth graders definitely learned their lessons and prospered from it.“It’s really fun to make our own business and then sell our own products,” said fifth grader Raihanna Shamsudin.Boston Marathon survivor Adrianne Haslet refused to give up, and she had several lessons in tenacity to teach Lazar students at the Living Lessons speaker series in May. The 4-H Youth Development Program uses a learn-by-doing approach to enable youth to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills they need to become competent, caring and contributing citizens of the world.
At Woodmont, TREP$ is specifically open to the fifth grade students, who get to learn the business basics, make homemade products, design print ads, develop business plans and sales techniques, and finally at the big event, sell their goods to customers.“I learn how to get people to buy at my business, be assertive and smile.I’m a little nervous to do this, but I’ve practiced a lot. This could be the beginning of a big thing.” Fifth grader Avery Patriarca was another lone entrepreneur in her business of playful slime, known as “Simply Slime.” “TREPS is fun and cool,” said Patriarca.MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville resident Sue Eagan was named Citizen of the Year by the Lakeland Hills YMCA.Eagan and friend Aili Monahan attended an awards dinner in the spring at which Eagan was presented with a plaque for her award. — Grayson Link of Gloucester County was crowned as the New Jersey 4-H Equestrian of the Year in ceremonies at the Horse Park of New Jersey before the State 4-H Horse Show.
“The program teaches how to sell and market your products, and how to make them pop from the competition.” Some young entrepreneurs were able to sell out their product inventory, ranging from scented candles, to bookmarks and magnets, plants, greeting cards and even bath salts.