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Published: 3/16/2014 - Updated: 9 months ago


Bedford Trade Fair

Organizers of the 31st annual Bedford Business Association Trade Fair anticipated 12,000 to 15,000 visitors walking through Bedford High School doors during the event’s run, which ended on Sunday, March 16, 2014. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Katie Rosenberger of Toledo, left, receives a free haircut from Cristey Sparks of Temperance and from Bloom Salon and Spa, a Temperance, Mich., business. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Katie Rosenberger of Toledo, left, receives a free haircut from Cristey Sparks of Temperance and from Bloom Salon and Spa,...
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Christina McNally-Stewart, ReStore director for the Monroe County Habitat for Humanity ReStore, left, gives information to Judy Wamsley of Monroe. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Christina McNally-Stewart, ReStore director for the Monroe County Habitat for Humanity ReStore, left, gives information to Judy Wamsley of ...
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Cristey Sparks of Bloom Salon and Spa, a Temperance, Mich., business, gives a free haircut to Katie Rosenberger of Toledo. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cristey Sparks of Bloom Salon and Spa, a Temperance, Mich., business, gives a free haircut to Katie Rosenberger of Toledo.
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Gail, left, and Ron Hurley, center, staffing a table raising funds for the Bedford Community Foundation, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Gail, left, and Ron Hurley, center, staffing a table raising funds for the Bedford Community Foundation, "serving the residents in ...
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Monroe County Community College counselor Jill Denko, left, of Toledo gives information about the college to Terry Cowger of Ypsilanti, Mich., who has a teenaged daughter. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Monroe County Community College counselor Jill Denko, left, of Toledo gives information about the college to Terry Cowger of Ypsilanti,...
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Abby Miller, 10, of Temperance, Mich., left, gets a balloon headdress from Happy the Clown at the Bedford Farmer's Market table at the trade fair. Staffing the table is Alie Miller of Lambertville, Mich. Happy the Clown is Matt Onweller of Swanton. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Abby Miller, 10, of Temperance, Mich., left, gets a balloon headdress from Happy the Clown at the Bedford Farmer's Market ...
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Todd Schultz of Bedford, left, and Lisa Beins-McCaig of Temperance speak with Dawn Buczkowski of Toledo about the upcoming bond issue in Bedford. With Buczkowski are her children Corey, 15, and Josh, 10, right. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Todd Schultz of Bedford, left, and Lisa Beins-McCaig of Temperance speak with Dawn Buczkowski of Toledo about the upcoming ...
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