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Updated: 09/30/2013 11:32:37AM

Clock Family Restaurant celebrates 35 years

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ARCADIAN PHOTO BY KAIA CROSS, misskaia@hotmail.com

The Clock Familiy Restaurant first opened in Arcadian in 1978. Pictured here is General Manager John Chauvin with several members of the friendly staff.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY KAIA CROSS, misskaia@hotmail.com

The interior of the Clock has not changed much in 3 5 years and the homemade style recipes are still served here daily by friendly staff.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY KAIA CROSS, misskaia@hotmail.com

Raffle tickets and pink ribbons are being sold for $1 in October. Proceeds will benefit the family of Ana Ruiz-Carrillo, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer and to Tammy Riley, who is currently battling the disease.

By KAIA CROSS

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ARCADIA — The Clock Family Restaurant of Arcadia has occupied highway frontage at 1121 East Oak Street for 35 years. Owners Jimmy and Johnny Tringali first opened its doors in 1978. They have been providing home-made vegetable soup daily and a family friendly atmosphere here ever since.

Of course, night owls know it’s there and always open — 24 hours a day, seven days a week. General manager John Chauvin said they don’t even close on Thanksgiving or Christmas. They are there to offer turkey with all the fixings and without the hassle of having to clean up.

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