Happening now: White Center Food Bank open house, for the birds

August 4, 2012 at 11:59 am | In How to help, West Seattle news, White Center | 1 Comment

Don’t be chicken! You too can make friends with the fabulous fowls of the White Center Food Bank. Both named Henrietta. That’s Linda, in our photo, with one of the Henriettas. They’re both meeting visitors right now during the WC Food Bank’s summer open house – and they’re the inspiration for a program that you can be part of, to provide fresh eggs to more of WCFB’s clients (who are in West Seattle as well as WC). Till 2 pm, you can meet the H’s, tour the demonstration gardens, and get to know some cool people, at 10829 8th SW.

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  1. Just an FYI…if you are unable to attend this open house and think you are ready to raise chickens please read the book “Raising chickens for Dummies” first it will inform you very well. I thought I was ready and got the coop and hens and a few months later knew I was more of a city girl than I thought I was. LOL!!!

    Comment by NemoBeanBean — 1:55 pm August 4, 2012 #

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