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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – If you haven't decided what's for dinner Tuesday night, here's a suggestion, you can dine out while helping a disabled man. 

Stephen Moncus has severe seizures.  While medication helps prevent them, he still has two or three each month.  That's why Applebee's has teamed up with Paws with a Cause to help him out.

That organization trains service dogs for people with disabilities, but they are expensive, about $10,000.  For Tuesday only, though, you can help Stephen by eating at Applebee's.

Fifteen percent of your food bill will go to Paws with a cause for his dog.

Stephen Moncus said, "It would help hit a call button at the house, call 911."

His mother, Terri Moncus said, "We're so thankful to Applebee's for doing this because this is really money that's coming out of their profits and their pockets tonight."

In order for 15% of your bill to go to Stephen's cause, you must bring this flyer with you.

You can simply print it and take it with you to the Albany Applebee's Tuesday night (Aug. 3).

 

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