Photos of the Week for May 17

Photos of the Week for May 17, 2013

Chue Yang, left, and Win Dao were among those who last week performed a Hmong dance to mark Asian Heritage Month at Spring Lake Park High School. Photo by Elyse Kaner Blaine's Mac Nadeau, right, shields the ball away from a Champlin Park player during a 10-9 win in Vadnais Heights April 24. Photo by Bill Jones Congressman Erik Paulsen (left) gets an up close and personal look at the new state-of-the-art NextGuard X-ray detection system manufactured at Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Coon Rapids plant. Bob Ries (right), lead product manager, shows Paulsen how the new machine, launched in April, detects foreign objects in food. Photo by Peter Bodley Elijah Reich makes a kick toward assembled plastic bowling pins as fellow athlete Blake Widel and therapists Shanna Johnson and Erin Vesey cheer him on. Photo by Sue Austreng Flaherty and Collins Regional Property Manager Michael Collins points out where the courtyard kitchenette and cabanas will be placed around The Residence’s heated saltwater pool. Photo by Tammy Sakry Legacy Christian Academy senior Renee Scheil made the transition from shortstop to outfielder after breaking her left wrist during the season opener. Photo by Bill Jones Teamwork is essential in creating a pair of mosaic murals designed and assembled by students in Anoka-Hennepin School District’s Transition Plus program. Here, Andrew B., Joey L. and Dan B. meticulously place glass beads on mesh covering students’ sketch of their original design. Later, students will heat the mesh, fusing the pieces to the surface before filling open spaces with caulk. Photo by Sue Austreng Way to Well Health paramedic Carlos Perez watches results roll in as Andy Leach stands and grips the device calculating a comprehensive weight assessment. Photo by Sue Austreng This sharp 1967 Camaro turned a lot of heads. Photo by Mandy Moran Froemming
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Teamwork is essential in creating a pair of mosaic murals designed and assembled by students in Anoka-Hennepin School District’s Transition Plus program. Here, Andrew B., Joey L. and Dan B. meticulously place glass beads on mesh covering students’ sketch of their original design. Later, students will heat the mesh, fusing the pieces to the surface before filling open spaces with caulk. Photo by Sue Austreng