EDEN -- The Ogden Valley Open Market has created a way for enterprising young people to shine. Beginning this year, the organizers have offered a Mini Market for entrepreneurs ages 8 and older that is held twice a month until September.Christine Jouffray, an Ogden Valley Open Market committee member, explained how the Mini Market idea came into being. "We thought that it was a good opportunity for kids. Kids always have ideas, and they always want to make money in the summer. So we thought, 'Let's do something special for the kids.' We put together a training session for the kids, where we taught them about how to choose a product, how to market it, how to figure out what the cost of the product would be, and then how to sell."