Fulton's Clark gets award from Illinois Athletic Directors Association


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Posted Online: March 21, 2013, 7:52 pm
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Fulton's Oscar Clark was recently selected as the recipient of the Illinois Athletic Director Association's "Friends of Athletics" award.

Clark is one of two recipients, joining Belleville's Charles Woodford.

According to a released statement from Fulton High School, Clark "has made a tremendous and positive contribution not only to the athletic department, but to the faculty, staff and students as well." Since 1998, he has served the athletic department in multiple capacities.

The school views Clark as the "ultimate volunteer."

Clark will be honored at the IADA banquet on May 4 in Peoria.

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