Chamber reports a “fairly decent” turnout to the expo

A “fairly decent” turnout, says Kim Hughes, executive-director of the Slave Lake Chamber of Commerce.
1,000 plus people attended the Lake Life Expo, despite lots of other events on in Slave Lake on the Saturday.
There were 36 vendors in the main expo and about 30 in the farmers’ market.
The chamber and Community Futures hosted the event on May 4th and 5th at the Multi-Rec Centre in Slave Lake.

Nora Peterson tries out a kid sized John Deere at Lake Life Expo.
Rory Leishman relaxes at the Town of Slave Lake booth.
Brooke Emes poses with Molly (the dog) at the Animal Rescue Committee of Slave Lake booth. Vanessa Bjornsen (vice-chairperson) in purple and Dennise McIntyre (chairperson) in burgundy man the booth in the background. dxposure and placed one cat on the weekend, McIntyre says.
Edwin and Erica Malaca pose with food from TA’s at the Lake Life Expo. Alimo’s Pizzeria, the Elk’s beer garden, and a kettle corn food truck were also at the trade show.
Sally Holloway demonstrates the Fusion Master Spiralizer at Nads Tupperware Slave Lake table at the farmers’ market at Lake Life Expo.
Bryce Coad owner of Silver Pheasant Custom Rods and Fly Box travelled down from High Prairie for the expo.
There were other outdoor sports booths as well.

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