The Morning Interview

MEHS students apply business skills to aid homeless


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Mt. Edgecumbe Intro to Business class members Daniel Active, Kaylyn Riley, and Ayisha Oscar discuss their latest marketing project: selling blankets to benefit Homeless Connect in Sitka. The blankets are $25, available at Alaska Pacific Bank or the Fisherman’s Eye Gallery. With instructor Bill Winslow.

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