CHICO, Calif. - California Highway Patrol Officers are serving dinner at diners in Chico to raise money for breast cancer treatments and initiatives at the Tip a CHiPPie event.
Officers will be serving dinners and collecting tips to help in the fight against breast cancer.
"How often do you get to be served by uniformed California Highway Patrol Officers?" said Matthew Foor, community development manager for the American Cancer Society. "Especially for the young ones, my son is 13. They are out there putting their lives on the line every day. We need more dollars to do more research to get more progress."
The event starts at 5 p.m. at Pete's Restaurant at 2495 Carmichael Drive, Chico.
There will be a special appetizer where all proceeds will be donated to the cause.
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