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Rainbow House Flapjack Fundraiser

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One local restaurant teamed up with a non-profit to raise money for children in need.

Rainbow House, an emergency resource center for abused or neglected children hosted a flapjack fundraiser Saturday morning at Applebee's restaurant in Wichita falls.

Tickets for the event were $7.00 and the event kicked off at eight.

Terri Jackson, the rainbow house Executive Director took full advantage of the opportunity to raise more money for this organization.

"Well this is something they've just recently started doing and they offered to do this for us. it just raises a little bit more money and awareness for rainbow house," Jackson said.

Rainbow House was brought to Wichita Falls in 1996 and has been providing resources to needy children all across Texoma.

They've grown into a 3,000 square foot resource center that provides for the abused and neglected children of Wichita, Clay and Archer counties.

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