Thursday Mar 18 2010 comments Business expo a hit By: By Don Chaddock, The Telegraph -A +A The Folsom Telegraph booth was popular. Advertising staff Jessica Armour, center and Rebecca Regrut, rear, kept the line moving. Bill Anderson, left, speaks with Kevin Gleave about the historic railroad association's plans for a Folsom railroad-themed park. Gleave runs Folsom Massage. The 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. Gregg Mason, left, speaks with Elliott Homes represenatives Michael Pennock and Rachel Newland, the marketing sales manager for Elliott. Coffee Republic owner Mindy Green pulls samples out of the toaster oven to offer at her booth at Thursday's Folsom Connection. The Healing Station's Connie Chan gives a sample massage to Christina Menth, wedding sales coordinator for Lake Natoma Inn in Folsom. Scott's Seafood Head Pasty Chef Paul Sullivan prepares shrimp cocktails to be served at Folsom Connection on Thursday. Taylor Hutchinson, server with BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse, offers pizza at the eatery's booth at Folsom Connection on Thursday.