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Serving Up Pancakes for a Good Cause

Saturday morning marked the first ever Wounded Warrior Project pancake breakfast, with all the money raised going to the program that helps veterans receiving health care they need. Along with breakfast, guests could take part in a silent auction or simply just make a donation. Organizers say it's important to take time and get back to those who put their lives and on the line for our freedom.
One organization was flipping flapjacks to help those who serve our country.

Saturday morning marked the first ever Wounded Warrior Project pancake breakfast, with all the money raised going to the program that helps veterans receiving health care they need.

Along with breakfast, guests could take part in a silent auction or simply just make a donation.

Organizers say it's important to take time and get back to those who put their lives and on the line for our freedom.

"As we all know the Wounded Warrior Program is a very important program for our veterans, which is what we are all about here. We want to help our veterans in their widows and orphans, so that's over here to do to raise money for them," said organizer Scott Buchholz.

For more information on the Wounded Warrior Project, click here.
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