(left to right): Rainey Windle, Christy Hunter, Faye Yang, Emmajoy Gray and Brittany Anderson.
During their Thursday meeting, the Carmi Kiwanis Club heard from some of the White County CEO Class about their upcoming Trade Show on April 23, 2018 from 5-7pm at Rice Motors in Carmi.
The club heard from the following students about their business and future plans:
Brittany Anderson- Honey I’m Home, an abstract art business.
Emmajoy Gray- Joy Notes, a business offering greeting cards.
Christy Hunter- Pristine Photography, a business offering teen and adult portraits on location.
Rainey Windle- Make It Rainey, a business offering homemade essential beauty products.
Faye Yang- Faye Yang Design, a business creating customizable day planners.
CEO students unable to be in attendance included:
Chasity Carver- Furtastic Homes, a business focused on creating wood based, household items for pets.
Haylie Fulkerson- Haylie & Co., a business making artisan candles and wax melts.
Josiah Irwin- Ground Forces: Weapons of Grass Destruction, a business offering mowing, weed eating and basic lawn care.
Hayley Ramirez- Monochrome Transfers, a business offering black and white photo transfer on wood and candles.
Alex Thomas- Piece of You, a business offering personalized sports decals.
Mason Williams- Mason-Dixie Designs, a business offering paint parties.
The class was introduced by Kiwanian, Dr. Clint Taylor, who also serves as Chairman of the White County CEO Board. He, along with White County CEO Facilitator Tracy Orr, praised this year’s class and invited the public to attend the Trade Show.