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SCHOOL NEWS STUDENTS AT THE DOG POUND CMHS students participated in an Entrepreneurship Challenge called the Dog Pound at Bloomsburg Univer- sity on April 17th. This “Shark Tank” challenge includ- ed 24 schools throughout the state and 77 teams with over 350 students. Pictured are Nicole Brungard with a seventh place win for the Coolipak innovation. Her business is a portable heating/cooling system that al- lows the consumer to have a beverage at their preferred temperature; Rich Moerschbacher for Seeking Riches, a digital advertising company with a 16th place win, and Tyler Kitner and Evan Graves for their business called Game On, a one-stop gaming business featuring laser tag and other activities. Another competitor, Carlie Holsinger (not pictured) participated with her business called the Magik Elephant, a kid friendly device to help children learn to tie shoes. Each student prepared documentation with feasibility and marketing plans, plus start up costs. Advisors Mrs. Donna Mayes and Charles Nardi, business teachers, will be looking for future business ideas for next year’s competition. Article and picture courtesy of The Lock Haven Express. Central Mountain High School Prom: Saturday, May 20th Central Mountain High School Senior Ball: Friday, May 26th *All class dues must be paid to attend. PLEASE PATRONIZE THIS FINE LOCAL SPONSOR OF CENTRAL MOUNTAIN SCHOOL NEWS: WILLIAM R. FORSE, OD Family Eye Care • Complete & Comprehensive Eye Exams • Pediatric Vision Analysis • Glaucoma, Cataract, and Retinal Screening • Wide Selection of Fashion Eyewear • Contact Lenses • Consultant for Lasik Surgery Phone: 570-769-2877 Fax: 570-769-2879 B ald E agle C ourt , M c E lhattan Hours: Monday 3-7, Tuesday 9-12, Wednesday 9-1, Thursday 9-5, and Friday 9-2. www.bearcountrygoodnews.com “Good News” -- May -- 5