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Excelsior Youth Behavioral Center offers gift cards to employees

Pepper spiced chips at Wandering Table in Kendall Yards. (Don  Chareunsy / The Spokesman-Review)
Pepper spiced chips at Wandering Table in Kendall Yards. (Don Chareunsy / The Spokesman-Review)

Sharing a nice gesture in Spokane this morning amid our coronavirus quarantine life:

Excelsior Youth Behavioral Center has offered to give each of its more than 200 employees a $35 gift card to any one restaurant from The Spokesman-Review’s continually updated takeout menu list.

Awesome! Please be safe and well!

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