Eagles Auxiliary to host borscht lunch for Corbin

The Rossland Eagles Auxiliary will host a borscht luncheon on March 26 as a benefit for Corbin Lew, a 10-year-old Castlegar boy who has been diagnosed with Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, a cancerous brain tumor.

The Rossland Eagles Auxiliary will host a borscht luncheon on March 26 as a benefit for Corbin Lew, a 10-year-old Castlegar boy who has been diagnosed with Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, a cancerous brain tumor.

Corbin’s mother and twin brother are staying with him in Vancouver for the duration of his chemotherapy treatments, which is likely to last at least six months.

The $6 luncheon includes a bowl of borscht, a bun, and dessert with coffee or tea and will run from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Eagles’ upper hall.

Quarts of borscht with a loaf of bread will be on sale for $10.

Pre-orders may be made through Terry Brinson at rbrinson@telus.net or 362-9562.

For more information about the luncheon, please contact Noreen Poznikoff at 362-9070.