Sartell Community Expo photos

[/media-credit] Aidan Oglesby, 9, of Sartell, waits to see what a spinning wheel of fortune will bring him during the annual Sartell Community Expo, held again Feb. 24 at Sartell Middle School. He won a stamper and a piece of candy. Oglesby is the son of Shawn and Terri Oglesby. The Expo, which had an excellent turnout, was comprised of dozens of information booths set up by businesses and service agencies, as well as entertainment and lots of games for children.

[/media-credit] Hunter Williams, 7, of Sartell, gets his face painted at the “Just 4 Laffs” booth at Sartell Community Expo.

[/media-credit] Two cousins, Avery Aldering (left) and Lauren Aldering get their photo taken with the gruff, primitive, rude “Ragnar” at the Liberty Savings Bank booth Feb. 24 at the Sartell Community Expo.

[/media-credit] Noah Bleischaacker, 7, of Sartell, gets a piece of macaroni-and-cheese pizza from Christopher Dolney, owner of FaceTime Business Resources of St. Cloud. The business was one of dozens featured Feb. 24 at the Sartell Community Expo. The pizza was courtesy of Flying Pig Pizza of Sauk Rapids.

[/media-credit] Sartell City Council member Amy Braig-Lindstrom shows Sartell Mayor Joe Perske some nifty features on the new computer “tablet” she can use, as a council member, to communicate with others. Perske and Braig-Lindstrom were at the Feb. 24 Sartell Community Expo to greet and meet visitors.

[/media-credit] The Sartell Middle School gym was filled, at one point, with lots of young hula-hoopers Feb. 24 during the annual Sartell Community Expo. The annual event attracted many visitors who learned about area businesses and service agencies.

[/media-credit] A visitor opens a drawer in the “Surprise Box” at the Feb. 24 Sartell Community Expo at Sartell Middle School. Sarah Owen of Sartell (left) loads the surprise box with prizes, including some shocking ones (yikes!), like a coiled-up rubber snake. The “Surprise Box” was one of many fun activities for children at the Expo.

[/media-credit] Andy Hurley of St. Cloud snaps a photo of his baby, 6-month-old Adam, during the annual Sartell Community Expo Feb. 24 at Sartell Middle School.

[/media-credit] Mckenzie Steiner, 4, plays a game of blocks with her mother, Valerie, at the Sartell Community Expo Feb. 24 at Sartell Middle School.

[/media-credit] Kailee Rosenberger, 7, of Rice, stays very still as she gets a face-painting Feb. 24 at the Sartell Community Expo.

[/media-credit] Morgan Woods, an employee of Synergy Chiropractic Center in Sartell, gives a massage to Emma Janu of Sartell at the Sartell Community Expo.


Dennis Dalman

Dennis Dalman

Dalman was born and raised in South St. Cloud, graduated from St. Cloud Tech High School, then graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in English (emphasis on American and British literature) and mass communications (emphasis on print journalism). He studied in London, England for a year (1980-81) where he concentrated on British literature, political science, the history of Great Britain and wrote a book-length study of the British writer V.S. Naipaul. Dalman has been a reporter and weekly columnist for more than 30 years and worked for 16 of those years for the Alexandria Echo Press.
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