Expo offers activities for all

Four-year-old Reid Gates (front) and 6-year-old Dylan Baugess try their hand—or feet—on the balance beam, part of the Youth Armory’s display at the Madison County Chamber of Commerce’s Community Expo.
The Community Expo, coordinated by the Madison County Chamber of Commerce, provided an opportunity for area businesses to introduce their goods and services to the community. The May 17 event took place at London Elementary. Sixty exhibitors passed out samples, information, and prizes. The expo also featured a petting zoo, fishing tips, face painting and more.
Spencer Smith, 11, and William Smith, 5, visit “Hollywood,” the donkey, and other animals at the Spring Valley Stable petting zoo at the Madison County Chamber of Commerce’s Community Expo.
Having already made a stop to have their faces painted, the Stanley kids—(from left) Ruthy, 2, Emma, 4, and Jesse, 6—stop for a story with their grandma, Patty Hogey (far left) during the Madison County Chamber of Commerce’s Community Expo. London Public Library Youth Services Coordinator Mary Anne Wood (far right) reads “I Wish That I Had Duck Feet” by Theo Lesieg.
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