Junior Achievement program benefits many young people, speaker says

Staff ~ The Telegram
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Jo Mark Zurel addressed the St. John's Rotary Club luncheon this afternoon, speaking about the merits of the Junior Achievement program and the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame.
Zurel, chairman of Junior Achievement, said the organization provides entrepreneurship education for about 6,000 young people every year in Newfoundland and Labrador.
He also talked to Rotarians about the Business Hall of Fame - this year Great Big Sea, Fred Cahill and Gordon Manstan will be inducted.
The Business Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held on May 27; it is one of the major sources of fundraising that pays for Junior Achievement programs throughout the year.
More coverage in Friday's Telegram.

Organizations: Junior Achievement, Rotary Club, Great Big Sea

Geographic location: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

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