Diners chow down on hearty breakfast to benefit Operation Hope

<p>Patrons stopped by Chip's Family Restaurant in Fairfield on Thanksgiving morning to support Operation Hope.</p>

News 12 Staff

Nov 22, 2018, 6:41 PM

Updated 2,041 days ago

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Patrons stopped by Chip's Family Restaurant in Fairfield on Thanksgiving morning to support Operation Hope.
For just $12, patrons got two pancakes, two eggs any style and bacon or sausage - as well as tea, coffee and juice.
Proceeds from the sales go toward Operation Hope's homeless outreach and hunger relief efforts.
"It's just incredible. It's just an amazing effort and it all goes to help people in need," said Carla Miklos, executive director of Operation Hope.
The owner of Chip's says he hoped to raise about $5,000 this year.


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