Thank You for South Street Summer Hot Dog Nights

State Rep. Liz Malia and City Councilor Matt O’Malley would like to thank Roche Bros., Lucy Cornier and the South Street Tenant Taskforce, Fernandez Spa, Il Panino Cafe & Grill, Read Boston, Carol Miranda and Shawn Proctor from Smart from the Start, our District E-13 Community Service Officers, the many loyal volunteers like Bette Jo Green and Jo Ann Whitehead, and the manager and residents of the South Street Neighborhood who made this 21st annual weekly event possible and successful!

State Representative Liz Malia, City Councilor Matt O’Malley, Lucy Cornier of South Street Tenant Taskforce, and residents and volunteers of South Street Housing Development on the last night of Summer Hot Dog Nights. Back-to-school packs and supplies were donated by the Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators and Suffolk County Sheriff Tompkins. Thanks to Roche Bros., Fernandez Spa, Il Panino Cafe & Grill, Read Boston, District E-13 Community Service Officers, the many loyal volunteers like Bette Jo Green and Jo Ann Whitehead, and the manager and residents of the South Street Neighborhood who made this 21st annual weekly event possible and successful!

State Representative Liz Malia, City Councilor Matt O’Malley, Lucy Cornier of South Street Tenant Taskforce, and residents and volunteers of South Street Housing Development on the last night of Summer Hot Dog Nights. Back-to-school packs and supplies were donated by the Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators and Suffolk County Sheriff Tompkins. Thanks to Roche Bros., Fernandez Spa, Il Panino Cafe & Grill, Read Boston, District E-13 Community Service Officers, the many loyal volunteers like Bette Jo Green and Jo Ann Whitehead, and the manager and residents of the South Street Neighborhood who made this 21st annual weekly event possible and successful!

Additional thanks to the Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators and Suffolk County Sheriff Tompkins and for donating back-to-school backpacks and supplies.

The cookouts were held at 5:30 pm every Tuesday (weather permitting) June through August. The event builds community by bringing residents, neighbors, and public safety officials together, and helps to provide a safe and healthy space for all attendees to interact one hot dog at a time.