Fairfield eatery serves up pancakes for a cause

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FAIRFIELD -

A popular Connecticut restaurant served up pancakes to raise awareness and funds to benefit the autism center at Hospital for Special Care.

Chip's in Fairfield served up "Stacks of Kindness" in honor of autism awareness month.

Sprinkles and cream in the form of one of Hospital for Special Care's logos adorned the flapjacks, and 50 percent of all proceeds of the order will go directly to the hospital.

"Many of the services we provide are underfunded," said Lynn Ricci, a representative from Hospital for Special Care.

Some police officers served as guest waiters, and News 12 Connecticut's Lauren Fabrizi even joined in on the action.

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