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Riverside Grill Selkirk

Melissa West, 22, has been working at the Riverside Grill since February. (BROOK JONES/SELKIRK JOURNAL/QMI AGENCY)

This past  year, Community Living Selkirk has entered the social enterprise arena by purchasing the iconic Riverside Grill. Not only does the restaurant serve as a job skills training ground for people living with intellectual disabilities, but the profits it generates will help Community Living Selkirk become more financial sustainable and less reliant on government grants. Both the Selkirk Journal and the Selkirk Record have run stories on this exciting endeavor. For your next lunch or breakfast out – why not try the Riverside Grill where you can have a meal and change lives at the same time!

The Sean Nicol Legacy Fund is a proud supporter of Community Living Selkirk. This past April the fund gave it’s first grant ever to this fantastic community organization. If you would like to support the Sean Nicol Legacy Fund, click here and make a donation today!