A day in Timpview’s markets


Anna da Silva, Annabelle Snow, and Isaac Craig

Timpview’s own Entrepreneurship class will be holding a market day this Thursday, the 16th of December. It will run through both lunches, located just outside the library. The class will be selling a variety of items and services. For example, you will find mini doughnuts, ramen, banana bread and churros, musubi, hot cocoa and cookies, a variety of popcorn, candy, and stickers for sale, in addition a tattoo parlor. You can also pay to play a game of cup pong or plinko.

“Tattoos have been a passion of [ours] since grade school.” Jesse Clark and James Oldroyd, who is manning the tattoo parlor, gave the Timpview Journalism Staff an insight into their exciting lunchtime business venture. “Obviously, [we] don’t have any… but [we] love putting them on others. When [we’re] not eating or drinking, [we’re] tattooing. Tattoos aren’t just a form of art, they’re a way of life. Come on December 16th during lunch and experience a new lifestyle.” Another amateur tattoo artist, Andrew Keck, gave the Journalism Staff his catchy slogan: “I’m the greatest tattoo artist in the west, come to me for the best.” 

This event is sure to be entertaining, fun, and most of all yummy. Come support your fellow students at this awesome Entrepreneurship event, and be sure to bring some cash with you if you can!