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AMBUCS Pancake Day underway in Lawton

Lawton- Pancakes for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Lawton AMBUCS are serving them up hot with bacon, sausage and eggs for the organization's annual Pancake Day.

It's their biggest fundraiser of the year to provide Amtrykes, which are little tricycles for disabled children. The money also helps the AMBUCS install wheelchair ramps for people who cannot afford them and scholarships for therapists. The feeding frenzy began at 6:30 Monday morning at the Great Plains Coliseum. You can also stop by for lunch or dinner until eight at night. The cost is $8.

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