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Commercial strength, but homey atmosphere
"Looks great! Works great!" - Pastor Stephen Kristenson

Charles Lantz Cabinetry - Where the finest is standard!
Feature Project December '10

commercial kitchen island

St. John's Lutheran Church in Mahone Bay is now home to a brand new Charles Lantz Cabinetry kitchen. "We weren't able to use the kitchen before," says Pastor Stephen Kristenson. "It didn't meet standards. Now there are all kinds of possibilities. It's quite amazing."

beautiful commercial kitchen

This island measures 12'-0" long x 35" wide - plenty of space for the heartiest of feasts!

functional industrial kitchen efficient church kitchen

click photos for larger versions of this beautiful commercial kitchen built with cherry wood

big custom kitchen industrial kitchen

click photos for larger versions of this spacious industrial kitchen

st. john's lutheran church

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of commercial kitchen details

drawer for coffee urns
caddy for bussing dishes
commercial dishwashing
antique salt & pepper shakers

Photos from left, clockwise:
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church is one of Mahone Bay's famous "Three Churches." The kitchen's coffee urns are hidden away in a very handy - and deep - drawer. A high-powered nozzle is a must for commercial dishwashing. Antique salt and pepper shakers bring a touch of home to their very efficient quarters. Wheeled, three tier caddies make table bussing so much easier!

Charles Lantz crew

CLC builders for the St. John's build: Richard Hirtle and Mike Drew built and installed the kitchen, Kyle Veinotte built the countertops and Jeff Crouse did all the finish work. Norman Whynot of Kinburn Property Company was the contractor.

Charles Lantz comments

"This is a wonderful spacious natural cherry kitchen. It was such a pleasure for CLC to construct, between Norman and the three ladies from the church who had such a positive input in the design. The three ladies were Pattie Joudrey, Sandra Hill and Leslie Barry, thanks to all."

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