By Justin Seward
The downtown bakery and its owners are very appreciative of the support.
“We appreciate every little support during this time (and) doing our best to make sure everyone stays safe here,” said Nella Wolfe who co-owns the bakery with sister Eva Loewen.
Wolfe says sales are down 40 per cent.
The bakery’s dine-in option is closed as per a recent government announcement, but customers can come in and order take-out only.
She says the majority of sales are bread and their kitchen remains open, but that is where most of their sales are lost.
“It’s a challenge that’s for sure,” said Wolfe.
“There are a couple of programs that are rolling out. I think that should help. I think it’s nice to be in a small town right now because the bigger towns, it’s hitting them worse.”
For those folks that need a treat to ease the stress a little, the bakery is putting a special on of $4.50 for a dozen cinnamon rolls until the end of April.
Hours of operation are from 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. and the kitchen is open until 2 p.m.