Spring Twp. pizzeria marks Pi Day with fundraiser to struggle most cancers

SPRING TWP., Pa. – Berks County took a stand towards most cancers on Pi Day inside Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Spring Township.

“It is actually nice that individuals are in a position to come out and help,” mentioned Camille Otruba of Crew Climb On.

Clients used the particular code, “Climb On,” to ship 20% of their payments to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

It’s certainly one of a number of occasions Otruba and 7 of her Climb On workforce members are doing to boost cash forward of their bike journey round Lake Tahoe to finish most cancers.

Otruba mentioned she shall be driving in reminiscence of her husband Brian, who died seven years in the past.

“It means the world to me to maintain the reminiscence of my husband alive,” Otruba mentioned.

“These are native individuals doing good for native individuals,” mentioned Temple resident Ann Lugo.

Lugo’s son Kevin shall be driving at Otruba’s facet.

Lugo was amongst dozens of individuals inside Anthony’s Monday evening.

“I believe it says there’s nonetheless good individuals on this planet,” Lugo mentioned. “Even with the entire issues which can be occurring, there are nonetheless good individuals on this world.”

Donations will be made on Crew Climb On’s Leukemia and Lymphoma Society web site, and upcoming occasions are on its Fb group.

Otruba mentioned they’re setting a $25,000 aim earlier than their bike journey in June.

It’s a aim they’re getting nearer to every day.

“It is actually vital to have the help of the group,” Otruba mentioned.

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