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Bexley restaurant space converted into nonprofit that teaches life skills in a kitchen setting

Bexley restaurant space converted into nonprofit that teaches life skills in a kitchen setting

Sarah Sole

A nonprofit that aims to use commercial kitchen experience to aid in youth development opened earlier this week in Bexley. 

On Aug. 2, Kitchen of Life celebrated a ribbon cutting at 2525 E. Main St. LifeTown Columbus, a nonprofit assisting students with disabilities in developing vital skills for adult independence, created the organization. Kitchen of Life aims to use cooking as a vehicle to help empower teenagers with resiliency skills to overcome adversity and take agency in their lives. 

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Students from Whitehall City School District are now participating in Kitchen of Life programming. Working in a kitchen, students carry out tasks aided by volunteers. 

The Main Street location was formerly home to Red Square Grill and Bexley Premier Restaurant.

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