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PHOTOS: Touch-ups ahead of Taste of Greece Festival

  • Travis Messier of AI Painting, a subcontractor for Cobb Hill Construction, works on the wooden slats on top of the steeple of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on North State Street in Concord on Wednesday, September 12, 2108. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • Subcontractors under the direction of Cobb Hill’s Ed Hannon (with white hard hat) work on the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on North State Street in Concord on Wednesday. GEOFF FORESTER photos / Monitor staff

  • The newly-painted outside arches of the stained windows at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on North State Street in Concord on Wednesday, September 12, 2108. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

  • Travis Messier of AI Painting, a subcontractor for Cobb Hill Construction, works on the wooden slats on top of the steeple of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.

  • Travis Messier of AI Painting, a subcontractor for Cobb Hill Construction, works on the wooden slats on top of the steeple of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on North State Street in Concord on Wednesday, September 12, 2108. GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff



Monitor staff
Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is in the midst of a construction revamp ahead of the Taste of Greece Festival on Sept. 22. The church windows have been resealed and painted, the entry walkway is being redone and a new door will be replacing the old entryway before the festival. After the festival, Cobb Hill Construction will begin interior restoration, according to Supervisor Ed Hannon. The company also has projects at the Christian Science Church on North State Street. When asked if he has become an expert on churches, Hannon said, “I am becoming one.”