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Fig Good Food opens second location in Templeton 

Fig at Courtney's House Templeton

From left, United Cerebal Palsy of San Luis Obispo County Executive Director Mark Shaffer, Courtney’s House founder Carrie Sanders, Fig Good Food owner Chris Dillow and United Cerebal Palsy of SLO County President David Murray stand together in front of Fig’s Atascadero location with the menu for Fig at Courtney’s House. Photo by Heather Young

Atascadero restaurant partners with Courtney’s House for job training

Fig Good Food owner Chris Dillow and Courtney’s House founder Carrie Sanders met by chance one day when they each decided to stop by Finley Family Nursery in Templeton. Jamie Finley introduced the two and told Dillow of Sanders’ struggles to find someone to run a cafe at Courtney’s House, an organization dedicated to providing young adults with developmental disabilities a safe, supportive, individualized environment where they will be exposed to and encouraged in areas of vocational, life and social skills, along with enrichment opportunities. That chance meeting led to two talking and forming a partnership where Fig will operate a restaurant inside Courtney’s House at 311 6th St. in Templeton.

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