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Oct. 24, 2012SAVANNAH, MO |  By: Campbell

Entrepreneurship Program

The Savannah Branch of the Rolling Hills Library will hold an Entrepreneurship Program for teens and young adults.

Teens will learn the personal qualities and social skills needed to start a small business, as well as how to develop a business plan. Library Assistant, Connie Rehm, says it is important to help encourage youth in times of low employment.

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The workshop will be held every Thursday afternoon at four o'clock. Teens will be taught by Connie Rehn and Andrew County 4-H leader Carol Williams. To sign up, stop by Rolling Hills library at 514 W. Main St in Savannah.