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Lennard '24 Starts Sugar Cloud to Fund College 

Seattle Academy Student Lennard '24 working at her Cotton candy business, Sugar Cloud 

Above: Sugar Cloud owner Sydney Lennard '24 spins cotton candy during the 7th Annual Leschi ArtWalk (Photo: Brandon Macz)

Seattle Academy 7th grader Sydney Lennard was recently featured in the Madison Park Times as a young entrepreneur and owner of Sugar Cloud, her cotton candy business. 

Sydney's inspiration to create Sugar Cloud came from her love of cotton candy. She saved up her own money to purchase a cotton candy machine, and it has been a huge hit with her friends and the community. She recently sold cotton candy at the Leschi Art Walk on Saturday, September 8.

"It’s so much fun thinking up new ideas and how you can improve and what went wrong and what went right,” Sydney said of creating a business."


Learn more about Sugar Cloud on Instagram at SugarCloudSeattle. 

Read the full Madison Park Times Article here. 

Congratulations to Sydney and her family! 


Today I am at the Leshi art walk! Selling cotton candy! Come stop my from 11 for four! 🍬🍭🍦

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