Kentucky donut shop offers job opportunities for people with disabilities

Coffee is coming to the E-TOWN. Thanks for a new store with a special mission serving a sweet experience full of love and inclusion. Our son has regressive syndrome over the course of Tom’s cycle, as we have to find out about the other families in Elizabethtown in the WNDO community. We came to realize that there was not a lot of opportunity for individuals not only suffering from Down syndrome. But others are disabled as well, so John and his wife Tiffany decided to open a restaurant, but they weren’t sure what kind of unless a friend made a proposal and JTUS for some kind of spur of the moment. Well said unless everyone loves a donut shop. He knows no socio-economic boundaries and no importance to race religion, anyone loves a donut, and now one year later, there’s a lot of love he doesn’t. Is the store open on Monday, which was Down Syndrome Day. You say she’s sold out every morning since she wasn’t in our wildest fantasies. Do we think we’ll sell it out by 9:30 every day this week? And so we’re really moving high up for a second bank transfer, the owner says getting support from the community has been overtaken in the best way. It’s been a blessing and that’s just the support of the community. I, and by what we mean by it, I mean we could have opened a donut shop or a COEEFF shop, but it wasn’t the same as our food. To always be able to provide those opportunities to individuals. IN ELIZABETHTOWN ADDMIY NERS WLKY NEWS. Should be fine if KPEE’s out-of-store sale offers standard glazes or chocolate, but also not specialties like peanut butter and jelly or banana cream, the owners say they

A donut shop in Elizabethtown serving sweets, an opportunity for people with special needs

Donuts, artisan coffee and opportunity for those in need are what one company brings to the Elizabethtown community. Hole Lotta Love Donuts in the Ring Road provides jobs for people with special needs such as Down syndrome and autism. Qadi’s son, who suffers from Down syndrome. Anderson says, while his family spent time in the Down syndrome community, he noticed that there weren’t many opportunities for employment. “As we kept hearing these stories, we had something in our hearts where we felt that one day we wanted to start a business,” Anderson said. One year later, he started Hole Lotta Love Donuts. And the store opened on Monday, which was also World Syndrome Day. Dawn Since opening, the shop has run out of donuts every day, co-owner Brannon Dupree says support from the community has been overwhelming in the best way, and they plan to hire more cakes, such as glazes, chocolate and jelly, but plan to roll out new custom flavors as well. On flavors such as peanut butter, jelly, lemon key pie, banana cream and chocolate brownie, Whole Lotta Love Donuts proudly serves Baxter coffee roasted in Somerset.

Donuts, handcrafted coffee and opportunity for those in need are what one company brings to the Elizabethtown community.

Hole Lotta Love Donuts on Ring Road provides jobs for people with special needs such as Down syndrome and autism.

Co-owner John Anderson has a son, Cady, who has Down syndrome. Anderson says, while his family spent time in the Down syndrome community, he noticed that there weren’t many job opportunities.

“As we kept hearing these stories, we had something in our hearts where we once felt we wanted to start a business,” Anderson said.

One year later, he started Hole Lotta Love Donuts.

The store opened on Monday, which was also World Down Syndrome Day. Since its opening, the shop has run out of donuts every day.

Co-owner Brannon Dupree says the support from the community has been overwhelming in the best way, and they plan to hire more staff.

The shop offers all the classic cakes, such as glazes, chocolate, and jelly, but it plans to roll out new custom flavors as well. Work is underway on flavors such as peanut butter, jelly, key lime pie, banana cream and chocolate brownie.

Hole Lotta Love Donuts proudly serves Baxter coffee roasted in Somerset.

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