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The congregation at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church has put a lot of work into the new Kelly Hall.
Money has been raised, walls were constructed and landscaping has been planted.
With the upstairs of the new hall completed and just a few items left to do on the downstairs level, the time seems right to celebrate what the congregation accomplished. Yep, it’s time to party.
The celebration will be held from 3-7 p.m. Saturday at the church. Everyone is invited to join in the festivities, which include a ribbon cutting with the Chamber of Commerce at 4 p.m., followed by a silent auction, during which people can place bids on everything from sandwiches at Dan’s Café to a two-night stay at the Hampton Inn.
Plus, the Hillstompers and the Los Alamos Big Band will provide live music. Food, jolly jumpers will also be available.
It’s also an opportunity to check out what the church congregation helped create.
Rev. Colin Kelly said a construction company, MS Rich and architect Craig Hoopes were hired, but the parish was heavily involved in the building project.
“It felt wonderful,” he said. “The church people participated in a multitude of ways.”
For instance, a building committee helped bring concepts into reality.
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