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Pizza parlor raises dough for hospital

Posted: October 5, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: October 5, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Artwork by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital patients is seen on display. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) Artwork by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital patients is seen on display. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
<p>Artwork by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital patients is seen on display. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)</p>
Kitchen manager Rudy Zubia, dressed as a member of the hip-hop group Run DMC, gets started on pizzas in Valencia on Thursday.&nbsp;(Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) Kitchen manager Rudy Zubia, dressed as a member of the hip-hop group Run DMC, gets started on pizzas in Valencia on Thursday.&nbsp;(Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
<p>Kitchen manager Rudy Zubia, dressed as a member of the hip-hop group Run DMC, gets started on pizzas in Valencia on Thursday. <span>(Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)</span></p>
General manager Courtney Sessler posts a card to mark one of many donations made by customers to benefit St. Jude Children&rsquo;s Research Hospital, at Zpizza in Valencia on Thursday.&nbsp;(Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) General manager Courtney Sessler posts a card to mark one of many donations made by customers to benefit St. Jude Children&rsquo;s Research Hospital, at Zpizza in Valencia on Thursday.&nbsp;(Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
<p>General manager Courtney Sessler posts a card to mark one of many donations made by customers to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, at Zpizza in Valencia on Thursday. <span>(Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)</span></p>
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ZPizza added a Halloween kickoff party to its 4-year-old campaign to help St. Jude Chlidren’s Research Hospital.

The party took place at the Valencia location from 4-8 p.m.

In addition to drawings and giveaways, the restaurant sold pin-up pumpkins for $1, with those proceeds, along with 20 percent of the party's sales to St. Jude's.

The pizza chain's 90 locations raised $10,000 last year through the fundraiser.

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