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School-age entrepreneurs make money and learn skills during peak tourist season on P.E.I.

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Some members of the Young Millionaires Club said they have been making upwards of $7,000 in sales this summer. The program welcomes youths aged nine to 16 who are interested in entrepreneurship and learning about business. They've been setting up shop at AvonleaVillage in Cavendish every Friday in August from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., selling handmade products.
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School-age entrepreneurs make money and learn skills during peak tourist season on P.E.I.

A group consisting of some of P.E.I.'s most precocious entrepreneurs say they're raking in cash amid a busy tourism season.

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