Two students prevail in Youth in Government business competition
By Ramsey Scott
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 2:58 pm (Updated: January 2, 11:24 am)
If the two winners of Littleton’s Youth in Government competition are any indication, the city’s economic future is in good hands.
And the future is all about technology.
Garrett Daly, a senior at Arapahoe High School, and Vanessa Weikel, a junior at Heritage High School, took the top two places respectively in this year’s Youth in Government competition. The competition had 15 students from Littleton design a business concept to operate out of their homes.
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