FILE: Trey Hawkins and Alexa Brutus received a $20,000 scholarship for their top-five finish in a nationwide budgeting competition involving over 71,000 students. Their teacher, Deane Western (center), said the challenge was very complex, involving several factors and daily decisions.
FILE: Trey Hawkins and Alexa Brutus received a $20,000 scholarship for their top-five finish in a nationwide budgeting competition involving over 71,000 students. Their teacher, Deane Western (center), said the challenge was very complex, involving several factors and daily decisions. rmckinnon@bradenton.com Ryan McKinnon
FILE: Trey Hawkins and Alexa Brutus received a $20,000 scholarship for their top-five finish in a nationwide budgeting competition involving over 71,000 students. Their teacher, Deane Western (center), said the challenge was very complex, involving several factors and daily decisions. rmckinnon@bradenton.com Ryan McKinnon

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