Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Photos by Mike Leckband, except where noted
The Chronicle Times held its annual Home Show on Saturday March 6, 2010, at the Western Iowa Tech Conference Center. More than 20 booths allowed area merchants to display their good and services, and each booth had a sign-up sheet, enabling consumers who signed up a chance to have their name drawn for a free gift.
Getting out of the house -
A steady stream of people visited this year's Chronicle Times Home Show. This year's show was a fun activity for many folks who wanted to get out of the house despite it being a rainy day.
Home Show happenings -
The Chronicle Times Home Show was held at the Western Iowa Tech Conference Center on Saturday. Around 30 venders were setup at the Home Show to demonstrate what's new for consumers.
Plenty to see and do -
There was plenty to see and do at this year's Chronicle Times Home Show. Many area businesses gather to demonstrate to the public what is new for the home and what their business has to offer.
Cherokee Police Department -
Officer Joe Daum of the Cherokee Police Department is pictured at the Chronicle Times Home Show wearing a English Bobby Helmet that he borrowed from Cherokee Veteran's Affairs Director, Dana Evans, who's booth was next to the CPD's booth.
Ludvigson Chiropractic -
Dr. Kayla Lundvigson and Kay O'Conner were among the 30 - plus vendors that made up this year's Home Show.
Marcus Lumber -
Leon Pottebaum is pictured standing ready to show what Marcus Lumber has to offer the people who attended this year's Chronicle Times Home Show.
Rhoadside Blooming House -
Melissa, Nichole, and Bethany Beier, left, of Roadside Blooming House are pictured showing guest of the Home Show what Rhoadside has to offer.
Rodeo round up -
John Langschwager and John Cedar of the Cherokee Chamber PRCA Rodeo are pictured at the rodeo booth promoting this year's rodeo to a small crowd of Home Show goers.
Room to bloom -
John Beier, horticulturist and owner of Rhoadside Blooming House, shares his knowledge of flowers and plants with the crowd during his seminar "Room to Bloom" at the Cherokee Home Show held at Western Iowa Tech Conference Center in Cherokee.
(Photo by Vanessa Reusch)