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.