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COVID has created challenges across the board in our world today and that includes young people trying to learn the ins-and-outs of business.

 

The Central Illinois CEO program aims to introduce high school students to the basics of business and allow them to get hands-on learning experience. Part of that experience is to create their own business and this year's group is hosting a drive-in bingo at the Clintonia Eagle Theater on Sunday, January 31.

 

 

That's Emma Culbertson from Clinton High School who was joined by her classmates on the WHOW Morning Show Wednesday. 

 

Emma Cook from Warrensburg-Latham High School says they have worked closely with the Health Department to make this a COVID-friendly event. She indicates COVID has forced them to get creative and adapt this year.

 

 

If you are an Instagram user, the students have created an Instagram account for their event. CICEO.bingo highlights the planning of the event promotes it as well. You can also learn more about the January 31 bingo event and more about the Central Illinois CEO program by visiting their website, centralillinoisceo.com. 

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