Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Cyndi's Expo Report



Cyndi:  I'm all set for my solo post today.  I'll be whispering ... er, reporting from deep within my news studio so the other Funny Farmers won't hear me and interfere.  You know what busybodies they are.



Last Thursday Jan went to the Thomaston Business Expo and I'm going to share a few photos from it.  Jan stood on the stage to take photos of the floor.  Not the floor specifically.  Perhaps I should change that to a stage view of the room.  There were a lot of vendor tables and visitors.



Businesses handed out cards, pens, candy and smiles as visitors stopped to learn about them.



Three Rivers Workforce Development.


Fletcher-Day Funeral Home.


A few friends from Thomaston Toastmasters.


Our mayor J. D. Stallings and Matt Sharpe, editor of The Upson Beacon.

 

To the left is the Publisher of The Upson Beacon, Debbie Lord.



Local artist Fawne of Flint Rose Studio. 



Here is the Flint Rose table again.



The folks manning the local Rotary Club table.



Upson County BOC (Board of Commissioners).



This is Tim.  He founded A.C.T.S. (Always Choose To Serve) Outreach of Georgia.  He is a firefighter and was exhausted, since he had just come off a 48-hour shift.  Instead of going home to bed, he attended the Expo. He works hard to raise funds to assist people in need. 



This is just for fun. 



Riverside Health & Rehabilitation.




Jan finally broke down and had her first taste of cotton candy in many, many, many years.

(Oh, sorry, Jan, I didn't mean to imply you're old.)  

She wasn't very impressed with it.



Two very nice humans from Gordon State College.

This ends my Expo 2016 report.  If you enjoyed the brief tour, we accept tips.  Bags of fishy flakes will do.  We all love them.  Except Jan, but that's okay.  I'll eat her share.

Purrs,
Cyndi

16 comments:

  1. My human found our house at a business expo! Well, she already knew about the house - she'd seen it and fell in love with it years before - but she didn't know it was up for sale until she stopped by the realtor's table. So business expos are great things!

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  2. Hari OM
    Funny thing about tasting those childhood faves... all I wanted to try when I returned to live in UK was a 'blackjack' chewie. It was not at all what I had in memory. bllaarrrgghhh....

    Hoorrah for Tim I say, and hoorrah 87 times more!!! Great repawt, Cyndi. Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. Sure looks like Jan had a great time!

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  4. You sure did a darn good job showing us around the expo!

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  5. Looks like it was a great event.

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  6. Nothing tastes as good as it did when we were kids.

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  7. Looks like Jan got to have lots of fun at the Expo Cyndi, thanks for sharing it with us!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  8. It looks like Jan had great time ! Purrs

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  9. Purrseidon loves fish, too. Hope you have a great week!

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  10. cyndi....uh....wears all de kewl cat stuff like frum de local pet shoppe ......ya noe......we think jan shuld tell em next yeer they shuld bee ther...total lee ~~~~~☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  11. Well dat looks very excitin'. You did a great job of repurrtin', specially since we didn't see any cat treats.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Raena

    PeeEss: We wrote 'bout da shelves here: https://dezizworld.com/2016/08/26/whats-raena-done-now/
    And da earthquake was Caturday and had nuffin' to do woth them. It was all Earthquake/Hurricane Raena.

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  12. We thank you Cyndi fur sharing some of the great businesses in your locale. We have not evfur seem the petcretary eat cotton candy, but she says she has...eons ago, MOL!

    We don't have any tuna flakes ot send you fur a tip...but we think there might be some freeze dried liver on the shelf for the dog-guy...he likely wouldn't miss those would he?? ...Um...Grrr!

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  13. Pawsome report Cyndi! That looks like a furry interesting Expo. We especially appawciate the firefighter's charity. Good work!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  14. Well, great photos and of such wonderful and lively people! Your town sounds as if there are many programs for active adults (and kids) who want to serve the community. And Marci's report was spectacular, even if she did not get a taste of cotton candy. And yes, after childhood, it falls pretty flat....
    after kibble, I should say.

    Love, Loulou

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