Angelo Antognoli of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, holds an apron signed by people he has served at the Gennesaret Family Nutritional Center in Akron, Ohio. He has volunteered at the center for several years.
Angelo Antognoli of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, holds an apron signed by people he has served at the Gennesaret Family Nutritional Center in Akron, Ohio. He has volunteered at the center for several years. Karen Schiely Tribune News Service
Angelo Antognoli of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, holds an apron signed by people he has served at the Gennesaret Family Nutritional Center in Akron, Ohio. He has volunteered at the center for several years. Karen Schiely Tribune News Service

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