LAKEPORT— Nick and Mayra Lam from Lam Printing in Clearlake took the $15,000 first prize at the “Hands Up Lake County” Business Plan competition which took place Sunday at the Soper Reese Theatre and which was livestreamed on social media. The prize was presented by Alan Flora, City Manager of Clearlake and Maryann Schmid, Founder and Vice-Chair of 1Team 1Dream which created the competition. Second prize of $5,000 went to Lisa Wilson of Clear Lake Boat Rental, third prize of $3,000 went to David Brown of Susie Q. Donuts and espresso. The 4th place prize sponsored by the city of Lakeport was $1,500 and was awarded to Stacie Judson of Wild Bee Creations and in
75 Educational facilities Awarded for Addressing Social Justice, Meals Insecurity and Pandemic-Connected Challenges in Samsungs $2 Million Nationwide STEM Opposition
Samsung Electronics The us, Inc. nowadays introduced the 75 Semi-Finalists in the 11th annual $2 million* Samsung Fix for Tomorrow Contest, a nationwide education level of competition that problems 6-12th grade students and their academics to creatively use STEM (science, engineering, engineering and math) skills to deal with a local community obstacle. The opposition fosters significant wondering and artistic trouble-solving abilities among hundreds of college students across the nation as they remedy recent difficulties of nationwide importance in their nearby communities.
Community faculty teachers nationwide submitted proposals outlining a area challenge, as well as how students will use STEM to deal with the dilemma, the alternative idea they will construct, and the probable impression on the neighborhood. Semi-Finalists have been regarded for their artistic and strategic proposals to solve recent complications these types of as meals insecurity, human trafficking and h2o top quality. Each Semi-Finalist college