Numinous Coffee Roasters baking bread for the needy



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Numinous Coffee Roasters owner Alex Payson, left, and employee Ocean Leigh bake and package fresh bread for delivery to the Helping Center. The coffee shop has converted its dining room into a bakery to serve the needy.





By Lew K. Cohn
Managing Editor

While some larger businesses may be keeping an eye on their profits during the COVID-19 pandemic, Alex Payson and his employees at Numinous Coffee Roasters are making dough of their own — for bread.

With inside dining at his family-owned coffee shop closed following Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order, Payson and his staff have created a temporary bakery and are using the space to bake homemade bread that is being donated to The Helping Center and to the Highland Lakes Crisis Network. …

Find the rest of this story, more local reactions and comprehensive news coverage in the Tuesday, March 24 issue of The Highlander, the newspaper of record for the Highland Lakes. Subscribe by clicking here to our e-Edition online.


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