Saturday, September 18, 2010

Hennepin County Commissioner Mark Stenglein at Lowry Avenue Harvest Festival

Today was the 2nd Annual Lowry Avenue Harvest Festival at the up-and-coming intersection of Penn and Lowry.  The day turned out to be beautiful and perfect for a high turnout.  Hennepin Commissioner Mark Stenglein was one of several V.I.P.s greeting the festival participants and thanking the community.  Here, he is giving an exclusive greeting to the Johnny Northside audience.  Look for more write-ups and photo journals on numerous NoMi blogs and publications soon!

By the way, Mark Stenglein is up for re-election this November and although his challenger may have an uphill battle in my eyes, Commissioner Stenglein expressed his thoughts that he never under estimates his opponents and he is working hard to earn each and every vote so he can return to the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners this November. 
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Anonymous said...

Who cares about Mark the Republican.

The I.I. said...

Nice post... Congratulations on this being your 2,500 posting.

mrs lovett said...

I was really excited to be a part of such a positive thing happening right by my house. It was a nice day and who cares if I didn't sell much. I just wanted to be there and say hello to NoMi folk that were glad I was there. As a vendor I missed all the speeches, but there was some great music that we could hear. Here's to hoping that bridge opens soon and that Lowry continues to be a work in progress. Can't wait to see neighbors hanging out at the Lowry Cafe too!