Two Eagles Lodge is holding another Chickens for Charity fundraiser to benefit the Comox Valley Hospice Society.
Raised on all-natural feed in Union Bay by Carolyn and Steve Touhey, these plump roasting will average five to seven pounds and will sell for $4.25 per pound.
The chickens will be processed, bagged, and labelled on Oct. 17 at a B.C.-inspected poultry facility in Coombs.
Two Lodge Eagles is donating a percentage of the chicken sales from pre-orders received by Oct. 16 to the Comox Valley Hospice Society.
To participate in Chickens for Charity, call Carolyn by Oct. 16 at 250-335-2342. Chickens can be picked up at Two Eagles Lodge on the evening of the 17th before they are frozen; or Two Eagles will freeze them that evening, and arrangements can be made for pick-up at a later date.
Two Eagles Lodge Bed & Breakfast, located on 12 pastoral, waterfront acres, opened in 2007 in south Union Bay. It offers guests private-entrance accommodations with private baths, a guest kitchenette, and a lounge; there is also a self-contained vacation rental to accommodate families or groups of friends.
In addition to accommodating guests from around the world, Two Eagles Lodge has become a venue for a variety of events—from house concerts to weddings and retreats.
Two Eagles Lodge supports a variety of non-profits in the region with donations of accommodations for fundraisers to unique events such as Chickens For Charity, and service on boards of directors. The B&B has won numerous hospitality/tourism and business awards since opening.
— Two Eagles Lodge