Updated March 27 at 3:27pm

Gracie's spreads holiday cheer

Re-Focus client Ronnie Grylls chats with Gracie's restaurant owner Ellen Gracyalny on Thanksgiving Day. The Providence restaurant opened its doors on the holiday to treat more than 70 clients and staff of Re-Focus to a Thanksgiving meal. Re-Focus is a city-based, nonprofit human-services agency. Joining Gracie's in providing the free meals was Allan Industries, a national cleaning and maintenance company with a Pawtucket office run by Gracyalny's parents, Paul Allan Gracyalny and Eleanor Gracyalny. More

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Gracie's spreads holiday cheer

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Re-Focus client Ronnie Grylls chats with Gracie's restaurant owner Ellen Gracyalny on Thanksgiving Day. The Providence restaurant opened its doors on the holiday to treat more than 70 clients and staff of Re-Focus to a Thanksgiving meal. Re-Focus is a city-based, nonprofit human-services agency. Joining Gracie's in providing the free meals was Allan Industries, a national cleaning and maintenance company with a Pawtucket office run by Gracyalny's parents, Paul Allan Gracyalny and Eleanor Gracyalny.

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