Community Lifeline dedicates building to donor


March 31, 2022

Gordon Weeks

Chris Martin, left, and Mike Rihtarich serve cheeseburgers and hot dogs March 22 at a community resource fair in Brewer Park next to Community Lifeline in downtown Shelton.

Community Lifeline last week dedicated its building to Shelton resident Dr. Harry Griffith. Griffith said he made the donation to honor his brother, who died homeless.

Griffith made a large donation to help the nonprofit purchase the building at the corner of Franklin and Third streets in downtown Shelton, said Athena Ayres, Community Lifeline's executive director. The organization hosted a dedication ceremony on March 22.

Community Lifeline also hosted a resource fair and picnic Friday in Brewer Park, next to its building. Attendees dined on free cheeseburgers and hot dogs while checking o...

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