Kitchen renovation celebrated

Mary Lou Mahoney

With the help of at least 100 hours of volunteer work, and over $2,000 of donations, the Centre for Spiritual Living has proven that it is possible to enliven a kitchen.

When the Centre took possession of the “old Elks Hall” at 516 S Dogwood St. early in 2015, the kitchen wasn’t fit to license for public use. After hours of “junking out”, painting the cabinets and walls, sealing the ceiling tiles and installing a new triple sink and counter top, the application for a license was approved just in time for the recent very successful Halloween Murder Mystery. This KX license is a key development in the long term plans for more advanced licensing to enable community kitchen activities in the future.

Meanwhile, it enables organizations or private parties to rent the hall space for events like weddings, celebrations of life, workshops, and corporate meetings. For more information on rentals contact Collette at the Centre for Spiritual Living, 250 850 3064, or email wellness@cslcampbellriver.org.

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