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Delivering industry-leading repair work at cost-conscious pricing is one of our top priorities. So, don't hesitate to call our office if you find yourself in a bind - even on weekends.

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Taking this approach gives us the chance to fix your appliance quickly, so you don't have to stress about what to do next. If you have a unique or older appliance that needs fixing, don't sweat it - our experienced appliance technicians can repair just about any appliance under the sun. Whether it's refrigerator repair, washer repair, stove repair, or any other kind of appliance repair, we're here to fix the problem when you're ready.

When we say we repair just about every appliance under the sun, we mean it. Here are just a few of our most popular appliance repair specialties:

Common Signs You Need Dishwasher Repair in Englewood, COUnusual Cooking Times

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Clean Dishes Are Cool to Touch After Removing: For dishes to be clean and germ-free, you need hot, soapy water for washing. The FDA recommends using water around 110 degrees Fahrenheit, which is uncomfortable for handwashing but perfect for dishwashing machines. If you find that your dishes are cold and clammy instead of hot and steamy when you remove them, your dishwasher might need a new heating coil.

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Dishwasher Isn't Draining: You'll know quickly if your dishwasher isn't draining properly because there will be a pool of water under your machine. If you're dealing with drainage problems, it could be due to a clogged drainage system or non-functioning pump.

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Leaky Dishwasher: As one of our most requested appliance repairer services, we help customers deal with leaky dishwashers all the time. This common problem can be caused by a damaged door gasket, leaky dishwasher tub, loose valve, or another issue.

Common Signs You Need Refrigerator Repair in Englewood, CO

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Loud Humming and Vibrating Noises: Hearing vibrating and humming sounds from your fridge is not uncommon. In fact, these noises are a normal part of your refrigerator's operation. However, they shouldn't be very noisy at all. If you hear unusually loud knocking, humming, or vibrating, you could have a problem on your hands. Whether it's a faulty compressor or a blocked condenser fan, our team will diagnose the problem and get to work fixing your fridge.

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Spoiled Food: The whole point of putting your food in the refrigerator is so it doesn't spoil. So, if you notice your food spoiling prematurely, it's a good sign that you need appliance repair for your refrigerator. Because of the nature of these repairs, it's important to hire a licensed repair technician to find and correct the root cause of your problem.

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Water on Floor Underneath Fridge: If you spot standing water under your refrigerator, it's a big cause for concern. Not just for the health of your appliance, but for water leaking into your home. Usually, leaks are caused by trapped condensation due to clogged pipes or hoses. You'll need an experienced refrigerator repair tech to clear blockages and ultimately solve your leaking problem.

Common Signs You Need Oven or Stove Repair in Englewood, CO

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Unusual Cooking Times: Are your grandma's time-tested recipes being burnt or undercooked? Have you had to change cooking times for your family's favorite meals? Unusual differences in cooking times are a telltale sign that your oven needs to be repaired by a professional.

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Oven Won't CloseElectrical Problems: It might seem minor on the surface, but when your oven door doesn't close, you can't cook your food properly. Chances are you need a licensed oven repair technician to refit or replace the hinges on your oven door, so you can get back to cooking.

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Electrical Problems: If you have an electric oven and notice that it cuts off during cooking or won't turn on at all, you might need oven repair. Like gas, electrical problems are best remedied by professionals, like those you'll find at Englewood's Best Appliance Repair.

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Whatever appliance repair issue you need solving, there is no problem too big or small for our team to handle. There's a reason why we call ourselves Englewood's Best Appliance Repair: because we offer the total package of quality service, fair prices, friendly customer service, and effective fixes. Unlike some appliance companies in Englewood, we fix all major domestic and foreign brands with unbeatable deals and 100% customer satisfaction.

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Broncos launch first-ever Girls High School Flag Football pilot program in Colorado

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos have launched the first-ever Girls High School Flag Football pilot program in Colorado, it was announced Friday.The pilot, funded by Denver Broncos Charities, features three school districts, 25 teams and over 550 participants."The Denver Broncos are thrilled to have this opportunity to help bring girls high school flag to 25 high schools throughout the Denver Metro Area," said Bobby Mestas, Broncos Director of Youth & High School Football. "The dis...

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos have launched the first-ever Girls High School Flag Football pilot program in Colorado, it was announced Friday.

The pilot, funded by Denver Broncos Charities, features three school districts, 25 teams and over 550 participants.

"The Denver Broncos are thrilled to have this opportunity to help bring girls high school flag to 25 high schools throughout the Denver Metro Area," said Bobby Mestas, Broncos Director of Youth & High School Football. "The districts, the schools and the Colorado High School Activities Association have been tremendous partners thus far and we're excited to offer the sport of football to more than 500 female student athletes this fall."

The Broncos, alongside the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA), worked to launch this three-year pilot program, with the ultimate goal of helping Girls High School Flag become a sanctioned, CHSAA sport statewide.

"The Colorado High School Activities Association is proud to partner with the Denver Broncos and our high schools as we look to promote this new opportunity for female participation in flag football", said CHSAA Commissioner Mike Krueger. "Flag football is a fast, fun and exciting way to experience the game of football, and we are thrilled that girls in Broncos Country will have the chance to participate in this experience first-hand."

Practices started on Tuesday for each program and the first Girls High School Flag Jamboree will take place on Saturday at All-City Stadium (1500 S Franklin St., Denver, CO 80218). Jamborees will take place every Saturday with a minimum of three games played per school. District postseason tournaments begin on Saturday, Oct. 8, where eight teams will advance to play in a single-elimination championship tournament held at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse at UCHealth Training Center on Saturday, Oct. 15. The inaugural championship team will be honored at the annual High School Salute game this season vs. Arizona on Dec. 18.

"Jeffco Athletics is extremely grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Denver Broncos, Cherry Creek Athletics and Denver Public Schools Athletics this fall," said Patrick Simpson, Executive Director of Athletics and Activities for Jeffco Public Schools. "This pilot will provide our female student-athletes with the incredible opportunity to bring girls flag football to the state of Colorado."

Home and away jerseys for each team were provided by NIKE, at no cost to the programs.

A complete list of participating teams and school districts are below:

Updated: Englewood pauses major bridge projects citing 'budget constraints'

Two major infrastructure plans in the City of Englewood — one to replace the aging South Broadway bridge over U.S. Highway 285 and one to create a new bridge for bicyclists and pedestrians crossing Oxford Avenue — have been paused due to "budget constraints," according to a city statement."The city will no longer share updates on the project status until additional funding can be identified," the city said in a social media post Sept. 9.The hold comes following concerns previously raised by city ...

Two major infrastructure plans in the City of Englewood — one to replace the aging South Broadway bridge over U.S. Highway 285 and one to create a new bridge for bicyclists and pedestrians crossing Oxford Avenue — have been paused due to "budget constraints," according to a city statement.

"The city will no longer share updates on the project status until additional funding can be identified," the city said in a social media post Sept. 9.

The hold comes following concerns previously raised by city officials about the integrity of the South Broadway bridge, which was completed in 1955.

“Bridges built in the (1950s) and 60s had a typical service life of about 50 years,” said Jake Warren, Englewood's project manager, in an interview last year. “Modern bridges are designed with an anticipated service life of 75 years.”

That bridge's replacement had been paired with plans to add a third lane for traffic in both directions under Broadway on Highway 285, known as Hampden Avenue in Englewood and Jefferson Avenue where the highway dips to the south.

Construction had been slated to begin this summer and continue through the end of 2023 to the tune of more than $10 million. Funding was split three ways — $7.6 million in federal funding, $0.8 million from the state and $1.7 million from the city.

The plans for a new pedestrian bridge at the crossing of Oxford Avenue between Santa Fe Drive and Navajo Street/Windermere Street was projected to cost $2 million, with $1.6 million coming from federal dollars.

The project aimed to improve access to the RTD Light Rail station northwest of the Oxford Avenue and Windermere Street intersection and was seen as a key element of the city's Walk and Wheel Plan and the Englewood Light Rail Corridor Plan.

The last public update for both projects was Aug. 1, when the city, in a statement, said it had received several bids from contractors for both projects but that the offers were "higher than the current budget could accommodate."

In an updated statement, the city said the lowest bid for the Broadway project was more than $4.6M over budget, while the lowest for the Oxford Avenue bridge was $600,000 over budget.

The city said it will work with the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Denver Regional Council of Governments and Englewood City Council to identify additional funds for both projects.

This is a developing story and may be updated.

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Botanical Bakery of Denver Opening Inside Birdsall & Co.

The first thing anyone notices about Dylah Ray's goodies are the stunning decorations. Cookies are topped with delicate pressed pansies or herbs; pies are garnished with marigolds and other fresh flowers, sprigs of rosemary or whole berries dusted in sugar. Now everyone can get their hands on her gorgeous baked goods: Ray's taking the leap into life as a full-time baker and entrepreneur by launching the Botanical Bakery of Denver on Friday, September 9....

The first thing anyone notices about Dylah Ray's goodies are the stunning decorations. Cookies are topped with delicate pressed pansies or herbs; pies are garnished with marigolds and other fresh flowers, sprigs of rosemary or whole berries dusted in sugar. Now everyone can get their hands on her gorgeous baked goods: Ray's taking the leap into life as a full-time baker and entrepreneur by launching the Botanical Bakery of Denver on Friday, September 9.

Ray is not a baker by trade; she learned how to combine butter, sugar and flour to good effect from her mother. "What I remember is we were kids out in the backyard all the time. There was a lot of running back and forth between the backyard and kitchen," she recalls. That open door between her childhood kitchen and backyard garden remains one of Ray's pivotal memories. She went on to study international education and relations in college, which led to stints with the United Nations, political and policy campaigns, and Google. But through it all, she kept baking. It served as a creative outlet while she was working corporate jobs, she says, and became even more important to her during COVID shutdowns.

"The places where I'm at peace the most, where I'm most comfortable and feel most at home, are kneading dough in my kitchen and in my garden," she says.

She was inspired to bring together the two places she so loved by incorporating herbs and blooms into her baking. "The first thing I started baking with was lavender," she recalls. "Then I started doing more research into edible flowers that you can eat whole. One that’s surprising to a lot of people is pansies. ... I would press pansies from my garden on pies or put them fresh on cookies." She developed what has become her signature recipe: shortbread cookies made with lavender oil and decorated with pansies.

Ray became a bit of a nomad, living in New York, California and Washington, but she'd earned her undergrad degree at the University of Denver and was anxious to return to Colorado. One reason was friend Morgan Huston, Ray's college roommate and now, along with mother Annie Huston, owner of plant and garden store Birdsall & Co. at 2870 South Broadway in Englewood. Ray has known the two for over a decade and says that Annie, "in particular, likes to taste and give feedback. She's made my baking better over the years, and I welcome it!"

The Hustons had wanted to add a small coffee shop to their store for some time, and Ray jumped at the opportunity to sell her wares to the public there. The Botanical Bakery will occupy over 600 square feet of the garden store, where it will sell baked goods as well as espresso drinks and a selection of plant-themed gifts; there will be room to dine in and linger over a sweet and a cup of joe. Birdsall has a "great plant selection. It's gorgeous," Ray says of the space. "Morgan and her mother have been wonderful role models in this entrepreneurial stuff. This is a new thing to me. ... I’m really excited to work with my best friend every day. I feel guilty even saying I get to work in a plant store and bakery with my best friend."

The Botanical Bakery's grand opening runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, Friday, September 9, through Sunday, September 11. Singer Tricia Fox will perform from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, September 10. Guests will receive free espresso drinks and pansy shortbread cookies all weekend, and if they purchase a $50 gift card, they'll receive a free pastry of their choice.

This weekend and beyond, the bakery will sell whole pies and galettes to go, as well as two to three kinds of cookies; sweet and savory croissants; two seasonal pies served by the slice; and seasonal coffee drinks like lavender or hibiscus-ginger lattes (for the summer and fall, respectively). All whole pies will be intricately decorated with flowers, Ray notes, as will to-go orders of cookies by the dozen; she likes to think of her cookie presentation as bringing someone a bunch of flowers — with a sweet bonus.

The bakery will also sell cut-flower bouquets, jewelry made with dried botanicals, and local honey, jam and bitters; almost everything she's selling is made by local women-owned businesses, Ray notes. It will also offer classes and workshops: Flower arranging, kids' cookie decorating and a fall equinox workshop are already scheduled, and plans are in the works for houseplant 101 classes, journaling workshops and more.

"During the pandemic, I'd be in my garden a lot and in my kitchen a lot. Unfortunately, during that time I'd bake a gorgeous pie, and while the best way to enjoy it is sharing it eight ways around a table, that piece was missing," Ray laments.

But now she's excited to share her baking with others. After all, when she's not spending time in her garden and kitchen, she says, she's the most comfortable sitting around the table with friends.

The Botanical Bakery of Denver is located inside Birdsall & Co. at 2870 South Broadway in Englewood; it will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Follow @thebotanicalbakeryofdenver for more photos of Ray's work.

This Englewood School is Hosting Virtual Back-to-School Events

Dwight-Englewood School is an independent day school in Bergen County that teaches students from preschool (age three) to 12th grade. The school is currently hosting in-person tours for prospective families who have begun an online application as well as virtual Open House Events for those who are interested in the 2022-2023 admissions season. Located at 315 E Palisade Avenue in Englewood, Dwight-Englewood School is just a short commute from Hoboken — making the trip to...

Dwight-Englewood School is an independent day school in Bergen County that teaches students from preschool (age three) to 12th grade. The school is currently hosting in-person tours for prospective families who have begun an online application as well as virtual Open House Events for those who are interested in the 2022-2023 admissions season. Located at 315 E Palisade Avenue in Englewood, Dwight-Englewood School is just a short commute from Hoboken — making the trip to and from school easy + convenient. Keep reading to learn more about the school and the lineup for this year’s virtual fall events.

Dwight-Englewood School is a co-ed independent day school for preschool (age three) to 12th grade students. The school has about 900 students and is one of the most ethnically diverse schools in Bergen County, with students representing over 80 communities in New Jersey and New York. The school itself, which is located just minutes from the George Washington Bridge, is set on a beautiful 45+ acre campus and features state-of-the-art facilities and green space.

As a community of learners, Dwight-Englewood School strives to foster in each student a passion for lifelong learning. The Lower School (preschool to 5th grade), Middle School (6th grade to 8th grade), and Upper School (9th grade to 12th grade) each have virtual events that prospective parents and students are invited to attend and learn more about the school’s educational experience.

Fall Virtual Admissions Events

In the Virtual Local Meet + Greet event, prospective families will have the chance to hear from local faculty, parents, and students about their experiences.. The Virtual Campus Tours allow inquiring families to virtually visit campus and learn about the programs and community before deciding to apply. Families can also learn more about the ins and outs of the financial aid options at Dwight-Englewood by attending the Financial Aid Q&A.

The youngest students at Dwight Englewood School, who range from preschool 3 through grade 5, attend the Lower School. Students engage with each other to play, learn, and grow into who they are, exploring their identities and learning new perspectives. Each student is given opportunities to challenge their ideas, become critical thinkers, and begin paving the way for making the world a better place.

Open Doors: Lower School Virtual Tour

September 28th at 9AM

Virtual Open House: Our Mission and Process

September 28th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: New York City

October 18th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Hoboken + Jersey City

October 20th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Fort Lee + Cliffside Park

October 25th at 7PM

Open Doors: Lower School Virtual Tour

October 26th at 9AM

Virtual Open House: Our Mission Process

November 2nd at 7PM

Virtual Financial Aid Discussion and Q&A

November 7th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Ridgewood + Franklin Lakes

November 10th at 7PM

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The students in the Dwight Englewood Middle School attend grade 6 to grade 8. Each grade level is unified around a theme to connect the experiences in the core curriculum. At the Virtual Open House event, participants will hear from school admissions officers as they highlight the significance of the Middle School years and their impact on young adolescent success.

Virtual Open House: Our Mission and Process

September 28th at 7PM

Virtual Middle School Tour

September 29th at 9AM

Virtual Open House: Why Middle School Matters

October 3rd at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Meet Your Future Teachers + Classmates

October 12th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: New York City

October 18th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Hoboken + Jersey City

October 20th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Fort Lee + Cliffside Park

October 25th at 7PM

Virtual Middle School Tour

October 26th at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Why Middle School Matters

November 1st at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Our Mission Process

November 2nd at 7PM

Virtual Financial Aid Discussion and Q&A

November 7th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Ridgewood + Franklin Lakes

November 10th at 7PM

The Upper School curriculum begins with a two year core program to meet the needs of each individual student and introduce them to a higher level of study for the future. Students in grade 9 through grade 12 attend Upper School. Prospective students can get to know the campus through the guided Virtual Campus Tours while also learning more about the programs and community before applying.

Virtual Upper School Tour

September 21st 9AM

Virtual Open House: Our Mission and Process

September 28th at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Math and Science Curriculum + Activities

October 10th at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Humanities Curriculum — English, History, Language

October 13th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: New York City

October 18th at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Athletics + Clubs

October 19th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Hoboken + Jersey City

October 20th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Fort Lee + Cliffside Park

October 25th at 7PM

Virtual Upper School Tour

October 27th at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Our Mission + Process

November 2nd at 7PM

Virtual Open House: Arts

November 3rd at 7PM

Virtual Financial Aid Discussion and Q&A

November 7th at 7PM

Virtual Local Meet + Greet: Ridgewood + Franklin Lakes

November 10th at 7PM

Dwight-Englewood School is located at 315 East Palisade Avenue in Englewood. You can call 201-227-3102 or email admissions@d-e.org with questions regarding admissions or the virtual admissions events.

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‘Everybody has a place here’: Englewood’s Brewability makes space for work — and play — for people with disabilities

Brewability is a brewery and pizzeria in a busy location that fits in easily among the other spots in the busy downtown Englewood area. But, one distinguishing aspect is that Brewabiltiy is designed to be inclusive for patrons and the staff of adults with disabilities.On a recent busy Saturday evening, the aroma of fresh pizza, the buzz of the crowd, and the band warming up before their first set didn’t keep the staff from being both friendly and efficient....

Brewability is a brewery and pizzeria in a busy location that fits in easily among the other spots in the busy downtown Englewood area. But, one distinguishing aspect is that Brewabiltiy is designed to be inclusive for patrons and the staff of adults with disabilities.

On a recent busy Saturday evening, the aroma of fresh pizza, the buzz of the crowd, and the band warming up before their first set didn’t keep the staff from being both friendly and efficient.

Stephanie has worked here for two years.

“I work. I clean the table. I pour beer, I talk to people, and I help with the orders too, like take orders for beer and pizza and slushes,” she said.

In addition to working behind the bar and his other duties, Michael shares some unique talents.

“I like to entertain people, especially my boss, with impressions like Cookie Monster and Electro Mayhem from the special rock band called Dr. Teeth in the Electric Mayhem, the Muppets and Disney characters and stuff like that.”

Just inside the door in the game area and sensory room, right beside the giant Lite-Brite, a family on their first visit to Brewability shared how meaningful the business is to them.

“You know, a friend of a friend had talked about coming here for an event, a fundraiser. And I was like, ‘Oh, that sounds really cool.’ It's really exciting to know that there's places like this.”

Marci, who didn’t want to give her last name to protect her children, has three lovely daughters, Kaylee, Reagan, and Makenna.

This evening was more than a family dinner out for them; mom and dad wanted to see the possibility that Brewabiltiy represents for themselves.

“And everybody has to have something to look forward to for their future. And this is an exciting thing to have to look forward to,” Marci said. “So McKenna is 9 years old and has Down syndrome. So that's the exciting part. And this place is awesome. The food's great. The beer is delicious and the game room is really, really cool. And just the accessibility for everyone, whether it be in a patron sense or in a professional sense, everybody has a place here, which is super exciting.”

Marci said a place like this means more than a nice place to go out with her family.

“It's a different idea of the future than the supermarket or the traditional places that you have seen. It just gives a new light and a new excitement. And it's nice to see everyone here has a job and is important and has the ability to succeed. Because that's not everywhere in our world right now."

Owner Tiffany Fixter began the popular venue six years ago at another location, but when the opportunity to purchase this building on South Broadway came up three years ago, it meant expansion and stability were within reach. Fixter credits the support of her parents, and her mother in particular.

“My parents have been extremely supportive, so my mom actually sold her dream business for me.”

Cinnamon's Bakery in Estes Park was her mother’s dream business.

“I'm just grateful that they were able to support my dream, and help us purchase the building so that we have, we have a forever home now. You know, we started in northeast Denver and Montbello and a garage in the middle of nowhere. It was really hard to find, and it really wasn't very accessible,” Fixter said. “It was the only place we could afford to start. And then we had Pizzability in Cherry Creek, but I was leasing both places and we lost the leases. And so, if we hadn't purchased this building … we would've been displaced again. So I think it was just really meant to be.”

The new location allowed Fixter to serve the people around her: It’s down the street from both Craig Hospital, with a leading brain injury and spinal cord treatment center, as well as the Colorado Center for the Blind. Fixter said her dream started as a special ed teacher. When she realized that many people with disabilities couldn’t find employment when they turn 21, she decided to help.

“I couldn't go back to teaching, knowing that they're gonna grow up and just be stuck. And so I wanted to provide employment for people that really need it,” she said. “Almost everyone on my staff has been deemed unemployable by the state of Colorado. So they were sat down and told they could not work because they need too much help. And that's just, shouldn't be the case.”

As more people venture out for fun and entertainment as the pandemic eases, Fixter continues to enhance the inclusive experience at Brewability by adding a new vibrating dance floor.

“It's bone conduction technology. So it goes straight through your bones, kind of works like hearing aids,” Fixter said. “So what they used to have are these packs that you can wear, but this way everyone can experience it, whether they're deaf, hard of hearing, or if they just need that extra sensory input. It's been really cool to watch kids that have never experienced music before feel it for the first time. It's amazing.”

Brewability created the floor with a Colorado company called Feel The Beat. It was installed through the basement into the joists of the floor with six different transducers underneath.

“It's actually the same technology that is in the Star Wars exhibit at Disney,” Fixter said. “It just adds an extra element. We wanna make sure that everyone can access everything that we do. And music is such a large part of our brewery.

All the extra elements that make it a fun spot to visit also give Marci a glimpse of something special for her daughter’s future.

“It's our first time. So it's a little … overwhelming in a good way. Just because you do get to see a different future for your child than you thought of in the past, you know, because we're raising her for an independent life, and we have the skills in place that we're building. But it's exciting to see somewhere that they would actually be able to be really used, you know.”

Fixter said Brewabilty has a message for everyone, including lessons for other restaurateurs.

“You know, just support your local businesses. You've gotta support the people that you believe in, and get out there because it's gonna be tough the next couple years. I know restaurants are struggling to find staff,” she said. “If you own a restaurant and you're listening to this, please consider hiring someone with a disability. They're loyal workers. I have no turnover. I have a waiting list of 300 to work here. So it's an untapped resource, and I really hope that people would consider it.”

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