Reston, VA

Friends of Reston will hold its annual fundraising campaign for camp scholarships this week.

On Wednesday, June 26, 10 percent of all food and drink purchases made between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. at Glory Days Grill will go toward scholarships.

The nonprofit organization, which supports Reston Association, raises funds to send students with demonstrated financial need to RA camps this summer.

Glory Days Grill is located at 1400 North Point Village Center.

Over the past 18 years, the organization has launched similar campaigns to raise funds for children seeking to attend summer camps.

Photo via North Point Village Center

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If you’re looking for a post-work drink or bite to eat, stopping by Glory Days at North Point Village Center could also help out the local high school.

Today from 5-9 p.m., the sports bar and restaurant will be raising money for the South Lakes High School class of 2021, which is already fundraising for graduation events.

A manager at Glory Days said the restaurant regularly hosts “dining for dollars” events to support local organizations. All meals at the restaurant are eligible for the donation.

“Once you eat, you put your receipt at an envelope at the front,” the manager said. “We will donate 10 percent of the bill.”

Photo via North Point Village Center

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Blockbuster space at North Point/file photoThe new Glory Days Grill at Reston’s North Point Village Center is still in the permitting phase and will not open until early 2015, a company spokeswoman said.

The sports-themed restaurant signed a lease for the space, empty since Blockbuster Video closed in 2011, last October. Initial estimates were that the new location would open in Summer 2014.

But Glory Days says that the process has taken longer because of an addition they plan to build on to the North Point space.

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