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Home and Recreation Show 2017 a success
by Sandy Lindsay

April 10, 2017
www.saugeentimes.com

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Food vendors such as the Wismer House provided tasty samples
(R) Nancy Wyonch waits as Bridget Lightboddy dishes out the samples




Food and Drink Expo held in the Coliseum annex (curling club) was filled to capacity each day

The annual Rotary Home and Recreation Show in Saugeen Shores is over for another year.

Although numbers are not yet confirmed, crowds exceeded expectations as more than 1,500 attended the first day and more than 800 the second.

With more than 50 vendors from landscaping to financial services, there was something of interest for everyone.

Rotarians greeted visitors

Show organizer Dan Murawsky (R) with Brian Longmire of 98theBeach

(L) Abby Bolton and Mark Rosner of Miller Insurance

Jessica Carter of Colorworks explains products to a visitor

Meridian Credit Union's Gail (L) and Stacey

One of the most popular sectors of the show was the Food and Drink Expo.  With some 15 restaurants, wineries and brewers represented, visitors had the opportunity to sample a wide variety of tasting foods and beverages.

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Rotarian Melinda Myette (L) and daughter greeted visitors



Christine Cooper (L), Dave Mensher and Pawsitive owner, Melissa MacKinnon



Deb and Carl Morton of Juice Plus with the innovative 'Tower Garden'



 Christy Kelly of Investors Group

All proceeds from the show go to community organizations and projects.


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