ALJ Athletic Dept. Honors Investors Bank


CLARK — On Monday, Feb. 20, the Arthur L. Johnson Athletic Department honored Investors Bank at half-time of the U.C.I.A.C. Girls’ Basketball Semifinals Games which were held at Arthur L. Johnson High School.

Arthur L. Johnson High School has been a host site for many U.C.I.A.C. Athletic Events during the fall, winter, and spring seasons. This winter many early round games were played at the high school, culminating in the girls semifinal Games which pitted Dayton vs. Cranford in the early game and Summit vs. Governor Livingston in the late game. Both Cranford and Governor Livingston prevailed, and they will advance to the U.C.I.A.C. Finals to be played on Sunday at Kean University.

At half-time of the first semifinal, the Arthur L. Johnson Athletic Department honored Investors Bank for their donation of four new scoreboards to Arthur L. Johnson High School and the Community of Clark. The scoreboards were installed this year, making this the first time in over 35 years that Arthur L. Johnson High School has had new scoreboards.

Investors Bank was represented at the event by CEO Kevin Cummings, and numerous branch managers, who came to the event on their day off to assist in the event by passing out rally towels to all of the fans in attendance, which totaled over 1,000.


Gus Kalikas, Athletic Director of Arthur L. Johnson High School, along with Tom Lewis, President of the U.C.I.A.C., presented CEO Kevin Cummings with a signed basketball, a basketball jersey, and a plaque which read:” In recognition and with deepest appreciation for your loyal commitment and unselfish contributions to the Clark School District and Crusader Athletics.”

“Investors Bank and Kevin Cummings were extremely giving to our high school and the Clark Community. They have numerous branches in our city and have truly been most generous in giving back to all the student athletes of Arthur L. Johnson High School and the Community of Clark,” said Kalikas.

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