HUDSON – On Sunday May 1 the Hudson Community Expo was held. Celebrated at the high school, over 50 exhibits were on display.

The event was presented by the Hudson Area Chamber in partnership with Coco’s Heart Dog Rescue.  

Over 50 vendors participated with booths, ensuring plenty of exploring.

The event was held for people to meet the faces of businesses. Certain businesses included Erbert and Gerberts, Walmart and Family Fresh.

Outside it was cold and raining, much different than the vibrance the indoor event brought. Hundreds of people attended, creating a constant flow of people in the walkways.

The event had fun events including a bouncy house and face painting. Coco’s Heart was well represented. They had booths around the event, allowing lots of interactions with the canines.

Attendants were also given a “passport” to visit different booths. The passport could be turned in for a prize.

Raffles were held for seven different themed prizes. One prize included a sports package with signed memorabilia and event tickets. Another prize was aimed for animal owners with the winner receiving a supply of food for a year along with pet specific toys.

With attendees smiling ear to ear the event can be labeled a success.

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