Hannah Bryant, 10, and her sister Norah, 6, selling period kits at a summer festival. The distinctive pink-boxed kits are available through social media. (Provided photo)
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Churchill School student starts a period kit business to help girls

Fifth grader Hannah Bryant’s resiliency, developed after a tragedy, led her to designing a business that is helping other girls as they grow into womanhood.

Hannah, 10, has organized EHN Creativity, a kids-run business selling period kits for young girls who will be starting their menstrual cycle, and a girls spa kit that includes Scrunchies, nail polish, emery board, etc.

Hannah Bryant, 10, and her sister Norah, 6, selling period kits at a summer festival. The distinctive pink-boxed kits are available through social media. (Provided photo)

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