OLPH 4th Graders Get Real-Life Lesson in Economics

Reported by: Amy Katcher
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Updated: 3/28 7:18 pm
(WDEF)  Our Lady of Perpetual Help fourth graders got a real-life lesson in economics, and pizza-making Friday.
     Workers at the East Ridge Hungry Howie's Pizza taught the kids all about owning a business and the entrapenuerial spirit.
     The students did everything from make the pizzas to serve the customers.
     Eileen Voyles owns the East Ridge Hungry Howie's Pizza store.  She said, "It's really fun to hear what their perception is of business and the American Dream, and it's just been interesting to talk with them about how business owners have the opportunity to bless their community."
     This is the first time Hungry Howie's has held a field trip like this one.
     But the owner said she hopes to do more of these kinds of lessons in the future.
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