happy turkey-and-stuffing day!

In the December 2 issue of Fresh Water you'll read about Cleveland resident Kelly Flamos, who co-founded the Poultry Project. This heartwarming non-profit helps AIDS-stricken African families with help from an unlikely flock of angels -- chickens.

On Friday, November 26, the Poultry Project will hold its Chicken Coop Design Competition 2010, which has garnered over 60 entries from Cleveland and around the globe. Designs must depict coops that accommodate six birds or less and be suitable for urban and suburban settings.

The event will be held from 2 to 7 p.m. at the Wooltex Gallery (1900 Superior Ave.). It is free and features music, food, fun, and fuzzy feelings.

Enjoy the holidays!

Read more articles by Douglas Trattner.

Douglas Trattner is a fulltime freelance writer, editor and author. In addition to acting as Managing Editor of Fresh Water, he is the Dining Editor of Cleveland Scene, author of “Moon Handbooks: Cleveland,” and co-author with Michael Symon on two New York Times best-selling cookbooks. His work has appeared in Food Network magazine, Miami Herald, Globe and Mail, Wine & Spirits, Cleveland Magazine and others. He lives in Cleveland Hts. with his wife, two dogs, five chickens and 20,000 honeybees.
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