REFERENCE: FR-WC Anti-Litter Council presents framed certificate for the Fall 2018 Clean Business Award to Try Thai Restaurant in Downtown Front Royal
Front Royal – Warren County Anti-Litter Council Clean Business Award for Fall 2018 was presented to
Try Thai owner’s Nat and J.J. Srisiriwongchai and manager Nick Stravinskas by Matt Wendling, FR-WC ALC President in the restaurant
On February 7, 2019 the Front Royal Downtown restaurant Try Thai was presented a certificate for the Anti-Litter Council’s Clean Business Award for Fall of 2018. The restaurant was nominated by the Council for maintaining a clean and inviting store front, keeping a litter-free outdoor dining facility and creating a positive vibe for the downtown Main Street by keeping their storefront clean and litter free. ALC President, Matt Wendling presented the framed certificate to owners, Nat and JJ Srisiriwongchai and restaurant manager, Nick Stravinskas which will be prominently displayed in the entrance area of the restaurant.
These contributions are made possible through a non-competitive grant from the Office of Environmental Education of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, which promotes educational opportunities for the recycling, reusing, and reducing of litter and waste products in our everyday lives.
The Front Royal – Warren County Anti-Litter Council’s Mission is: “To educate, motivate and participate in the prevention of litter and to assist the citizens of Front Royal and Warren County to become better stewards of our environment.”