Photos of the week for May 3

Photos of the week for May 3, 2013

Anoka-Ramsey sophomore guard Tacita Gonzales, right, returned to the court after 18 months away from the game to earn All-American honors. Photo by Bill Jones As the Bark for Life crowd watches, Anoka County Sheriff’s K-9 Mesa uses her nose to search out a shell casing with handler Deputy Brian Collier. Photo by Tammy Sakry Tari Wang and customer Heather Kneeland of Forest Lake visit at RainbowYo in Blaine. Tari and her husband James opened the frozen yogurt shop April 20. Photo by Eric Hagen Eric the Juggling Magician entertains with illusions, slight of hand and magic. Photo by Sue Austreng Blaine's Courtney Purcell, right, takes off from the starting line in the 100-meter dash at the Elite Meet at Hamline University April 26. Photo by Bill Jones Kao Zoua Khan, a student at Pathways, was excited to see what the “Get Hired Expo” had to offer. Photo by Kelly Johnson Benjamin Dean and his sisters Kayla and Megan cheer their goldfish down the watery lanes during a Lincoln Carnival event staged at the school April 26. Photo by Sue Austreng Mackenzie Hadley and Sylvia Warren make a purr-fest pair of pals, posing for a portrait during Lincoln Elementary School for the Art’s April 26 spring carnival. Photo by Sue Austreng Marie Brau and Jim Crosby of Eden Prairie offer their love and prayers to Haitians. Reiser Relief Inc. received a donation of 130 large buckets that Haitians could use to carry water. Anybody could write a message on the bucket for $20 at the April 24 Keep the Wheel Turning fund-raiser. Photo by Eric Hagen Mariah Seydal (left) helps Hailey Benkowski (right) put frosting on her cake. Both are sixth-grade students at Roosevelt Middle School in Blaine. Beth Nietzel, seventh-grade, is in the background of this photo wearing a “Girls Rock!” shirt. Photo by Eric Hagen Forrest Bugh, left to right, Drew Sutherland and Joey Holladay make a potato battery as part of an assignment in Westwood Middle School’s STEM program. Photo by Elyse Kaner
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Marie Brau and Jim Crosby of Eden Prairie offer their love and prayers to Haitians. Reiser Relief Inc. received a donation of 130 large buckets that Haitians could use to carry water. Anybody could write a message on the bucket for $20 at the April 24 Keep the Wheel Turning fund-raiser. Photo by Eric Hagen