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Community involvement

Smith’s Pizza Palace Plus is dedicated to community involvement in the Cameron County area.

As part of this effort, Dave spends time each year in the classroom. The elementary classroom, that is. He teaches third and fourth graders in Emporium and Austin how to hand-toss pizza dough. The kids have a great time and learn something at the same time.

A popular special feature at the Palace has been the "Homerun Board." The Smiths gave a pizza to each player in Emporium who hit a homerun this past season. Since baseball season is over, Dave had to think of something new. He will be offer­ing a special token during football, basketball, and wrestling seasons.

On October 7, the Palace held a pizza making contest. The Pizza Palace Plus is one of only 38 pizzerias in the United States to host the Lindsay Olive and World Pizza Champions contest. Children were given the opportunity to invent a pizza. Each recipe must include Lindsay olives. The winner will receive a case of olives and the chance to name their pizza. Even more exciting, the winning pizza will be placed on the menu for a year.

 (Text based on ‘Pizza Tosser Puts Business On The Map’ by Pat Kempher - Cameron County Echo – September 27. 2006)



Pizza Palace Plus
19 West 4th Street
Emporium, Pa 15834

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Phone: (814) 486-1819


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Restaurant Hours:
M thru Th 10:30AM to 8PM
F & Sat 8AM to 10PM
Sun 8AM to 8PM


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Text Box: Austin’s Third Grade Class was very excited . . .
Text Box: The pizza-making competition at the Pizza Palace Plus..
Text Box: Pizza Time! Calling All Kids

Contest participants: back row:Ethan Vislay, Nathaniel Burgett, Kaitlyn Burgett, Ashlea Burgett, Chris Bennett, Kacie Aversa, Mercedes Shupe, Bryan Shupe, Logan Clingan and Matt ?. Front row: Breanna Hallowell, Kailey Spaeth, Tiffany Vought, Katie Caldwell, Emily Vislay, Joe Caldwell, Bobbi Fragale, Dino Brown, Sophi Fragale and Madison Steinberg.

Contest winner: Madison Steinberg, age 8

Judges: Pa. Trooper Eric Farabaugh, Gary Mitchell of WLEM / WQKY Radio, Robert Aversa, Emporium Boro Manager, and Peter Fragale, of the Cameron County Echo newspaper