Thursday Mar 26 2009 comments Folsom Connection 2009 By: Don Chaddock/The Telegraph -A +A Hair stylist Teave Mam, left, and Barbara Vermilyea, a bookkeeper, had a booth at the business expo to discuss TNI Folsom breakfast organization. "We're a business-to-business networking group," Vermilyea said. "We all have our own businesses." Kelly Ford, recreation coordinator with the city's Parks and Recreation Department, said she's surprised by how many residents mistakenly believe her department only deals with parks. "A lot of people still don't know we have a senior and arts center," she said. Ryan Ellison, with Prepaid Legal Services, was all smiles after the business expo sponsored by the Folsom Chamber of Commerce. Folsom Connection 2009 receives an enthusiastic thumbs up from the crew at Macaroni Grill in Folsom. Head caterer Dustin Ingraham, left, served pasta with restaurant manager Frank Sanford. It certainly wasn't business as usual at Folsom Connection 2009. Wine Styles owner Erik Loigom, left, pours wine for Kevin Gleave, of Folsom. Wine Styles carries more than 180 different wines in the store located at 915 Sutter St., Suite 100, in Folsom.