CLARK – To show their appreciation for the Clark eatery’s support, officials from the Clark Scholarship Fund recently presented a plaque to the owners of the Windsor Diner.
Fay Fink, president of The Clark Scholarship Fund, admitted “2010 has proven to be a very challenging fundraising year. We are so very appreciative of Windsor Diner’s generosity in sponsoring the fund to aid local, college-bound residents.”
The plaque hangs on the wall of the local restaurant’s entrance, honoring Windsor Diner’s ongoing community support. The diner is known for giving back to their community through the sponsorship of local sports teams and through donations towards high school programs and the local chapter of the American Cancer Society and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
The Clark Scholarship Fund was founded in 1951 to honor outstanding, college-bound Clark Township students. During this time more than 250 scholarships have been awarded totaling over $295,000. The fund is supported entirely by contributions from businesses and individual citizens in the community. It has no endowment and does not receive support from government or foundation sources. Donations are accepted at ClarkScholarshipFund.com
The Windsor Diner opened in 1976 and is a fixture in the Clark community as a popular family restaurant. The establishment is open seven days a week and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as buffets on weekends. Owners Nick Kallas and Tom Milonas began managing The Windsor in 1998 and have made community support a high priority for their business.
Grateful for their ongoing support of The Clark Scholarship Fund, the fund’s President Fay Fink (center) and recently presented a recognition plaque to co-owners of the Windsor Diner, Nick Kallas (left) and Tom Milonas (right). (Photo courtesy of the Clark Scholarship Fund)
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