The Grendel Group recently purchased the building at 3768 2nd Avenue in Smithers and have completed extensive renovations including a wheelchair-accessible commercial kitchen and bathroom. From left to right: Lisa Beatty

Rollin’ in the Kitchen

The Grendel Group recently completed extensive renovations including a wheelchair-accessible commercial kitchen and bathroom.

The Grendel Group offers programs and services to adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. They have recently purchased the building at 3768 2nd Avenue in Smithers and have completed extensive renovations to the building as well as installing a wheelchair-accessible commercial kitchen and bathroom. These upgrades will further expand their catering and gardening programs, as well as provide space to further the theatre arts activities.  The Rotary Club generously donated $3,000 to help with the costs of the wheelchair-accessible commercial kitchen.

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