ATLANTIC DIVISION 2017
The Atlantic Division remains at 4 teams for the 2017 season. New sponsors this year are the Stifel Financial Corporation and the O'Brien Service Company. Returning team sponsors are K&W Cafeteria and Cambridge Village. We tip our caps to our returning and new sponsors and thank you for your generous support of senior softball in the Wilmington area. THANK YOU!
K & W REDS TEAM
Around 1937, the original investors (T.K. Knight and his brothers-in-law, Thomas, Kenneth and William Wilson) decided to change the coffee shop’s name. Using their initials, they created the name K&W Restaurant. With his original one third interest in the company and his recognition of the company's potential, Grady T. Allred increased his share of ownership. In1941, Allred became K&W’s sole owner after acquiring the last remaining share from Thomas Wilson.
It wasn’t long before Allred involved his family in the new acquisition. His wife, Vivian, worked as a cashier and Allred’s brothers, Ted and Coy, joined the business as managers. Soon, a second K&W location opened in nearby High Point. Both restaurants flourished until December of 1951, when a fire forced the downtown Winston-Salem location to close for several months. After extensive repairs and restoration, the restaurant reopened in 1952 with a slight twist - it was now a restaurant/cafeteria combination.
Today, K&W Cafeterias is still owned and operated by the Allred family. K&W is headquartered in Winston-Salem, N.C. and has 33 locations: 23 in North Carolina, 5 in South Carolina, 4 in Virginia, and 1 in West Virginia. They are a big supporters of charities in the ares they serve and continue to offer a large variety of great home-cooked food at very low prices.
Front row left to right are Mark Schall (Team Manager), John Antretter, Kyle Dunwiddie, John Clark and Jim Ratkus. Second row left to right are Tom Fennelly, Steve Chisholm, Mickey Higgins, Bobby Dobbins, Tim Copeland, Barry Estler and Don Evans. In the rear row are Joe Deering and Roy Mayo.
L to R kneeling: John Zuaboni, Cliff Simpson, Jay Harrington, Darrell Davies
L to R standing: Donnie Pridgen, Larry Seckel, Mike Gallagher, Artie Johnson, Bobby Smith, Charlie George, Richard Clark, John Williamson, Wayne Wilbourne (Manager)
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Wilmington, NC 28403
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