8 thoughts on “Photo album: ManZone 2009”

  1. Bright-

    We had over 50 vendors here is just a few of the exhibitors:

    • Nfld Hospital Nfld Chiropractic Nfld
      Athletic Nfld Police- Thad Monroe
      Dundas Police Professional Drive
      Dental Culligan Thousand Hills
      Cattle Co. Just Food Faribault
      Harley Davidson Pivotal Point
      Arbonne Buzz Salon YMCA ManKind
      Project Vital Force Consulting
      Mooseheart Coaching Dr. Paul Siemers
      35C

  2. Somehow the lawyers always get left out of the mix! 🙂

    This was my second year as an exhibitor (my focus is on mediation: resolving disputes in a friendly manner) with ManZone and I just think it is really a homespun, small town event that has something there for everyone. Hopefully they do it again in 10 —

    Oh, and before I forget Carl Arnold from Lampe Law was there (his first year) talking about child support.

    Mike — you went above and beyond the call of duty (even for a Marine) on this event. You and Machelle did an amazing job (again) on this event. Thanks for all your hard work.

    Before we do it again in 10 — I think it would be great to hear some comments from the crowd — what went well? what was missing? what could be eliminated (the good, the bad and the ugly of ManZone, 2009)

    And! No quotes from Shakespeare like “the first thing ManZone should eliminate is the lawyers…”

  3. Michelle and her merry band of men and women managed to make the magic happen yet again. This event not only provides information and education it offers a much-needed venue to show case our local businesses and service providers.
    A shout out to the folks at Community Resource Bank for providing space — thanks
    Betty!

  4. Machelle just thinks the little things through when she does these community events like the ManZone from the traffic flow to the variety of the booths. It was a great success. Thanks for all the events- mens, womens and kids!

    Thanks Locally Grown for the photographs of this free health event for men.

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