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Girl with Cerebral Palsy Follows Dreams of Becoming Entrepreneur

By Carol Sbarge

Longtime entrepreneur Paul Monahan is passionate about his baking business. His patience, however, is an ingredient of which he is in short supply.

But a chance meeting between him and an Atlanta girl with cerebral palsy has presented an opportunity for her to follow her dreams of being a successful entrepreneur.

One day, while shopping for flour in Whole Foods, a girl named Bentley-Grace changed that for Monahan.

Grace, who has cerebral palsy, is also an entrepreneur. She is known as the little girl in Buckhead who bakes and sells brownies.

“I have these awesome delicious, outstanding, greatest brownies,” Grace said.

So, impressed with Grace, her positive spirit and, of course, her brownies, Monahan invited her to a unique commercial kitchen operation where owners of small food businesses can do their cooking.

Read the full story here.

 

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