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By The Skanner News | The Skanner News
Published: 15 March 2006

Grand Central Bakery employees Morgan Lundquist, left, Commissary Manager Laura Ohm and John Gayer prepare goodies for the grand opening celebration.

Chris Tapanen stows a rack of baked goods.

Grand Central Bakery opened the doors to its newest location recently, with a grand opening celebration at the company's bakery and distribution center on the corner of North Fremont Street and Borthwick Avenue.
Ten percent of the proceeds from the bakery's opening weekend were donated to neighboring Boise-EliotElementary School, which will use the money to purchase nonfiction science and social studies textbooks to support its upper-grades reading program
The bakery, now in its second generation of family ownership, specializes in hearth-baked breads and pastries, sandwiches and soup. The company got its start in Seattle in 1972 and has since gone on to open six retail locations in Portland, including the new North Fremont bakery.
For more information and for store locations, visit www.grandcentralbakery .com.

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