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BUILD Boston celebrates young entrepreneurs

Darryl Settles with BUILD Fest honoree Harriet Lewis.

Roger Farrington

Darryl Settles with BUILD Fest honoree Harriet Lewis.

BUILD Boston — which aims to keep kids in school through entrepreneurship — hosted its “BUILD Fest 2012” fund-raiser at the Atrium on Arlington Street over the weekend. The night, which drew more than 350 people, included a “Student Sales Bazaar” for guests, and drew local names such as Jeff Bussgang of Flybridge Capital Partners; Bernie and Sue Pucker of Pucker Gallery; John Simon, cofounder of General Catalyst; BUILD Boston’s board chair Jeff Glass; entrepreneur Darryl Settles; and Paul Grogan and Robert Lewis Jr. of the Boston Foundation. The night’s honorees were Alan and Harriet Lewis of the Grand Circle Corporation and its foundation.

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