Happiness Happens at GracePointe Crossing

Four-year old Grant Pryor and his sister Heidi, 6, enjoy some cotton candy during the “Happiness Happens” carnival at GracePointe Crossing Thursday, Aug. 18. The well-attended event consisted of carnival games, prizes, face painting, food and singing contest. Photos by Rachel Kytonen


Elise and Heather Bougie from Cambridge performed an exciting rendition of "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" during the singing competition.


The 2011 Isanti Ambassadors Tiffany Krueger, Shelbie Merrill and Annie KinCannon, enjoyed some cotton candy after face-painting many kids and adults faces during the Happiness Happens event.


Kids lined up to play the free games and win prizes during the Happiness Happens event.


Penny Folkema, activities director for GracePointe Crossing, visits with residents and their family members during the Happiness Happens event. The residents had a great time watching and playing the games.
  • Ben Tragethon

    I want to commend the staff and families at GracePointe Crossing – often times our society forgets about the individuals that made all of what we have possible. It’s a story like this, that I hope lights a small fire in all of us to take a moment to thank those indicividuals who answer the call to serve in communities like this. Keep up the great work.