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Topic: Community-Focused Initiatives
Posted on 7/31/2020
Gaston College’s WSGE 91.7FM Charlotte assistant PD/music director/afternoon drive personality and film writer/director Tim Greene recently gifted eleven year old entrepreneur Imani and her two younger sisters ages seven and four with laptop computers so that they can now apply for business licenses online and move their gourmet lemonade stand to the next level. Tim also loaded the laptops with over 30 programs on running a successful business, becoming a young millionaire and other programs that will help the sisters in the event that they have to do at home schooling this fall. They also received Medals Of Honor, Certificates Of Excellence and a trophy for coming up with new gourmet lemonade flavors and catch words for their generation. The heat index outside was at 110 degrees but these young entrepreneurs want to inspire other kids from four to eleven years old to start their own businesses and give back to their communities.
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