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After 26 Project Shows Off Their Work-In-Progress

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The After 26 Project opened their doors today to show off their work-in-progress.

The After 26 Project put on a rummage sale in their newly renovated building.

They are still working on collecting donations as they continue to put together their cafe and unique gift shop in downtown Cadillac.

The idea is to hire special needs individuals, after the age of 26, to work at a meaningful job and to provide a service to the community.

They say the kitchen hood will be put in on February 4th, the kitchen equipment will be brought in February 11th and the ceiling will be finished sometime within the next couple of weeks.

For more information about the After 26 Project, visit the link to the left of the page.

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