On Thursday, the Lakewood pizza shop donated all of the proceeds from pizza sales to Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
Updated 2:30 a.m. Angelo's owner Tom Kess told Lakewood Patch that the pizza shop raised about $35,000 for kidnapping victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
Angelo’s runs away with the top prize at the annual Kiwanis Club Pizza Bake-Off at Lakewood High School.
The number of ballots filled out at the second-annual Lakewood Pizza Bake-Off could be a decent indication of the event’s success. About half way through the three-hour long event on Thursday, organizers ran out of ballots. More than 600 people attended the event in the cafeteria at Lakewood High School, and lines stretched at every vendor table. In the end, Angelo’s was the winner of the People’s Choice award. Roman Fountain took second place and Donato’s took third. David Norton, the president of the Kiwanis Club of Lakewood, said he’d hoped to raise $5,000, with the proceeds going toward helping Lakewood organizations. Done and done. “It was a great showing,” Norton said. “All 14 vendors were very happy with the results.” In the other …