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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

It's been a busy National Pancake Day at the I-HOP in Lee County. I-hops across the country gave away free short stacks of pancakes. Customers were asked to donate to Children's Miracle Network.    

The money raised here goes to children's health care programs at Phoebe Puntey Hospital.


 "So far everybody has been very kind about giving out donations, I would just like to thank the city of Albany for coming out and supporting our cause," said Terry Young, crew manager.

Managers at the Lee County restaurant say they handed out more than 2,400 pancakes to more than 800 customers and raised more than $3,000.

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