In honor of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the ninth grade marketing students in Mrs. Depenbrock's class at WBHS participated in the DECA Idea Challenge. This is a fast-paced competition that challenges students around the world to find an innovative use for a common, everyday item in only eight days. The marketing students, in teams of 3-4 members, came up with a new product idea using newspaper and then created a YouTube presentation promoting it. The students’ entries were judged locally by Adams Brown Recycling. The top three teams consisted of Kyle Boggs, Rachel Kuttler, Cady Taylor, and Hanna Young for their recycling can; Ella Brinkman, Mason Showalter, and Faith Carpenter for their hypoallergenic flower basket; and Seth Becker, Brandon Lucas, Jennifer Rogers, and M.J. Watson for their reusable lunch box. Adams Brown Recycling also donated the recycled glass sun catchers made by the Glass reFactory as prizes. Global winners will be announced in January.