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  • Serving ‘good food at great prices’ — Key Peninsula’s Snack Shack yearns to please

    Rachel Velez took over the concession stand at Volunteer Park on the Key Peninsula in March 2017 to sell burgers, hotdogs, and fries. Velez said she hopes to stay open long enough to serve up specials of food from the south, mainly chicken.

Serving ‘good food at great prices’ — Key Peninsula’s Snack Shack yearns to please

Rachel Velez took over the concession stand at Volunteer Park on the Key Peninsula in March 2017 to sell burgers, hotdogs, and fries. Velez said she hopes to stay open long enough to serve up specials of food from the south, mainly chicken.
David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com