Hot dogs, refreshments and hospitality at Shelton church

The Rev. Lucille Fritz of Huntington Congregational Church, left, and church member Gail Schoennagel staff the raffle and bottled water table in the church’s parking lot during a concert.

The Rev. Lucille Fritz of Huntington Congregational Church, left, and church member Gail Schoennagel staff the raffle and bottled water table in the church’s parking lot during a concert.

 

Huntington Congregational Church on Church Street offers free parking for the Shelton Parks & Rec’s weekly concerts on the Huntington Green.

The church sells raffle tickets and hot dogs on its property during the concerts, and provides a free bottle of water to those using its parking lot.

Soren Ibsen of Shelton cooks hot dogs at Huntington Congregational Church for concert-goers at the nearby Huntington Green. Ibsen is a church member.

Soren Ibsen of Shelton cooks hot dogs at Huntington Congregational Church for concert-goers at the nearby Huntington Green. Ibsen is a church member.

Soren Ibsen of Shelton cooks hot dogs at Huntington Congregational Church for concert-goers at the nearby Huntington Green. Ibsen is a church member.

Soren Ibsen of Shelton cooks hot dogs at Huntington Congregational Church for concert-goers at the nearby Huntington Green. Ibsen is a church member.

 

 

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