Chamber members get together at Huntington Street Café

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Above, guests mingle at the Valley Chamber of Commerce’s recent Business After Hours event at the Huntington Street Café in Shelton. The café is under new ownership and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Business After Hours events enable business people to make connections and socialize in an informal atmosphere, while being exposed to a business location in town.

Rosann Polydys and her husband Jay enjoy time together while networking at the Business After Hours. Jay, who grew up in Shelton, is a technology consultant and owner of Total Cloud Connections, and Rosann works for Benchmark Senior Living.

Rosann Polydys and her husband Jay enjoy time together while networking at the Business After Hours. Jay, who grew up in Shelton, is a technology consultant and owner of Total Cloud Connections, and Rosann works for Benchmark Senior Living.

Bill Purcell, Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce president, left, chats with Joshua Elliott, part-owner of the soon-to-open Common Bond Market at the Business After Hours. The Common Bond Market is a natural foods store that will replace the Beechwood Market in Huntington Center.

Bill Purcell, Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce president, left, chats with Joshua Elliott, part-owner of the soon-to-open Common Bond Market at the Business After Hours. The Common Bond Market is a natural foods store that will replace the Beechwood Market in Huntington Center.

Huntington Street Café part owner Andy Venditti pours a beer for an attendee at the Valley Chamber event, held at his establishment.

Huntington Street Café part owner Andy Venditti pours a beer for an attendee at the Valley Chamber event, held at his establishment.

 

 

 

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