Bright young things re­warded for vi­sion


ADAM HAR­RIS, Adam Bren­nan, Adam Syn­nott and Donal Camp­bell can all take a bow when re­turn­ing to St. David's Sec­ondary School in Grey­stones hav­ing tri­umphed in the Wick­low County En­ter­prise Board's Stu­dent En­ter­prise Awards.

The four bright sparks en­try re­volved around hi-vis arm­bands and was ap­pro­pri­ately ti­tled ‘Glow.'

TV chef and lo­cal Wick­low en­tre­pre­neur Cather­ine Flu­vio pre­sented the win­ners with their de­served prize at the award ex­hi­bi­tion and pre­sen­ta­tion held on Wed­nes­day at Wick­low County Cam­pus, Rath­new.

Holly Neary and Aoife Gaffney of Co­laiste Chraobh Ab­hann were the first run­ners-up for their hand­made jew­ellery pro­ject named ‘Just Bead it.'

The sec­ond run­ners-up were Co­laiste Bhride. Mar­ian Breen and Conor Cal­la­han pro­ject in­volved hand­made chocolate and was named C&M Choco­lates

Kate O'Ke­effe, Marese Ros­siter, Lau­ren Master­son, Martin Wadding and Calvin Swart, also of Co­laiste Bhride, were judged to have the Widest Tar­get Au­di­ence for their per­son­alised grad­u­a­tion hood­ies.

The Most In­no­va­tive Idea was awarded to Sharon McDaid of St. Kevin's Com­mu­nity Col­lege for ‘E-Worlds', a so­cial net­work sites book­let.

Best Mar­ket Re­search went to Bray Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege thanks to the ef­forts of Adam Sta­ple­ton, Dar­ragh McKay, Oisin Mo­ran and Mark Ward. And their web­site list­ing work ex­pe­ri­ence plac­ings.

Sean Daly, Sean Hughes, Michael Lee and David Reilly Ca­vanagh won Best Pre­sen­ta­tion for their re­mote con­trol holder. They all at­tend St. David's Sec­ondary School.

Seana Jor­dan, Danielle Cullen, Han­nah Hed­der­man, Vivi­enne Walsh and Me­gan O’Brien from Gael­choláiste Na Mara.

Ma­rina Amoros Trepat from Coláiste Chraobh Ab­hann, Kil­coole, shows off her eco ear­rings.

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