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Buffalo Small Business Expo held their annual event

The Buffalo Small Business Expo held their annual event on Saturday in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center. The expo featured local businesses offering everything from pest control to books to jewelry to personal health products.

The Annual Buffalo Business Expo brought out a variety of local businesses together in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center on Saturday, March 20, 2021. Community members came out to browse some gifts and products as well as to learn about the services of other businesses ranging from oil changes to pest removal to massages. The Buffalo High School Shepherding program put on a chili fundraiser in the smaller gymnasium as well to raise money for their program. 

Jefferson Glass laughs with Chris Williams

Jefferson Glass laughs with Chris Williams over his table of books on Saturday in Buffalo. Glass had a collection of older books as well as copies of his own book “Empire.”

Christie Brazer creates new earings at the show

A number of vendors, including Christie Brazer, worked on creating new products to sell on Saturday in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center. Brazer runs her business, Made by a Unicorn, making clay earnings with varying sizes and colors and selling them online through Etsy and at in person events like the business expo.

The FFA shepherding program put on a chili feed

The FFA shepherding program put on a chili feed fundraiser during the expo on Saturday in Buffalo. Shoppers could get chili with cornbread and a variety of baked goods.

Wyoming flag hangs parallel to the American flag

The Wyoming flag hangs parallel to the American flag in the gymnasium on Saturday in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

Shae Boller, 4, laughs as her mom pulls the lid of a box

Shae Boller, 4, laughs as her mom pulls the lid of a box before a plastic mouse pops out on Saturday in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center. Boller made multiple trips to the mouse box but couldn’t quite build herself up to pulling the lid.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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