Redding Calif.—California Highway Patrol Officers in Redding got their hands a little doughy Monday for a good cause.
Officers along with senior volunteers helped make honey bunnies at Great Harvest Bread Company in Redding Monday morning.
Great Harvest Bread Company owner and retired CHP officer Gus Burgoyne walked them through the process of making the bunnies.
For every bunny that is sold, two dollars will be donated to The CHP Widows and Orphans Fund.
They started making honey bunnies to bring awareness to the charitable organization.
Each honey bunny consists of about the same amount of bread as a regular loaf.
You can still reserve your honey bunny in time for Easter by calling The Great Harvest Bread Company or by stopping by their store on Hilltop Drive in Redding.
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