Thursday Mar 18 2010 comments Business expo a hit By: By Don Chaddock, The Telegraph -A +A Don Chaddock / The TelegraphThe Folsom Telegraph booth was popular. Advertising staff Jessica Armour, center and Rebecca Regrut, rear, kept the line moving. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphBill Anderson, left, speaks with Kevin Gleave about the historic railroad association's plans for a Folsom railroad-themed park. Gleave runs Folsom Massage. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphThe Folsom-El Dorado- Sacramento Historical Railroad Association unveiled plans for turn the Wye property at Bidwell and Folsom Boulevard into a railroad-themed park. A miniature showed the proposed layout and attractions. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphGregg Mason, left, speaks with Elliott Homes represenatives Michael Pennock and Rachel Newland, the marketing sales manager for Elliott. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphCoffee Republic owner Mindy Green pulls samples out of the toaster oven to offer at her booth at Thursday's Folsom Connection. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphThe Healing Station's Connie Chan gives a sample massage to Christina Menth, wedding sales coordinator for Lake Natoma Inn in Folsom. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphScott's Seafood Head Pasty Chef Paul Sullivan prepares shrimp cocktails to be served at Folsom Connection on Thursday. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphTaylor Hutchinson, server with BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse, offers pizza at the eatery's booth at Folsom Connection on Thursday.