Susan Swan

The Clinton Museum opens again for the season on May 18.

Striking a balance: The Clinton Museum is getting set to open for another season

Plus there aren't many more sleeps until the 150th Clinton Annual Ball takes place at the 47 Mile Sports Complex.

The Clinton Museum opens again for the season on May 18.
(from left) Fraser-Nicola candidates Michael Henshall (Social Credit)

Fraser-Nicola Candidates discuss health care and more in Clinton

Plus an exit poll of the audience asked everyone how well the candidates had answered the questions asked.

(from left) Fraser-Nicola candidates Michael Henshall (Social Credit)
Attendees check out the items and displays at Seedy Sunday in Clinton on April 30.

Striking a Balance: Seedy Sunday was a fun day

Plus a website for the Clinton Museum, adult drawing classes, and an upcoming health care auxiliary meeting.

Attendees check out the items and displays at Seedy Sunday in Clinton on April 30.
Some of the wild game dishes being set out for the annual Clinton and District Outdoor Sportsmen Association wild game dinner.

Striking a balance: Annual wild game dinner a huge success

Plus new nurses for the Clinton Health Centre, and a reminder that Seedy Sunday is coming to Clinton.

Some of the wild game dishes being set out for the annual Clinton and District Outdoor Sportsmen Association wild game dinner.
The Easter Bunny was in Clinton on April 16

Striking a balance: Easter egg-citement

Plus an upcoming Book and Bake sale, and a Parent Advisory Council meeting.

The Easter Bunny was in Clinton on April 16
The Easter Bunny will be paying a visit to Clinton on Sunday

Striking a Balance: Hippity, hoppity, the Easter Bunny is on his way

Plus an Easter breakfast and an Easter egg hunt a free dump day, a book and bake sale, and more.

The Easter Bunny will be paying a visit to Clinton on Sunday
The Clinton Museum will play host to a series of adult drawing classes on Thursday nights throughout April.

Striking a Balance: Adult drawing classes to start at the Clinton Museum

Plus the Ladies Auxiliary bean supper is back on April 12, and a prescribed burn near town has been scheduled.

The Clinton Museum will play host to a series of adult drawing classes on Thursday nights throughout April.
Clinton councillor Diana Guerin presents a cheque for $10

Striking a balance: A welcome grant for the Historical Museum Society

A cheque for $10,000 will help the Society with its operations. Plus the Clinton Seniors Association receives $2,500.

Clinton councillor Diana Guerin presents a cheque for $10
Participants at this year's Daffodil Tea in Clinton.

Striking a balance: Daffodil Tea a success despite the lack of daffodils

The harsh winter has affected flower growers in the Fraser Valley, meaning there were no daffodils available for sale.

Participants at this year's Daffodil Tea in Clinton.
Rolly and Carol Higginbottom were named as Clinton's 2016 Citizens of the Year.

Striking a balance: Clinton recognizes two special citizens

Rolly and Carol Higginbottom were named the community's Citizens of the Year for 2016.

Rolly and Carol Higginbottom were named as Clinton's 2016 Citizens of the Year.
Who will Clinton's 2017 Citizen of the Year be? Find out at a wine and cheese reception on March 4!

Striking a balance: Clinton Citizen of the Year

Who will this year's honoree be? Find out at a reception on Saturday, March 4.

Who will Clinton's 2017 Citizen of the Year be? Find out at a wine and cheese reception on March 4!
The Clinton Communities in Bloom committee is looking for more volunteers to help the village shine.

Striking a Balance: Clinton CiB is looking for more volunteers

Communities in Bloom is about much more than flowers; and a few hours of your time would make a big difference.

The Clinton Communities in Bloom committee is looking for more volunteers to help the village shine.
The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department is looking for new members.

Striking a balance: Several Clinton groups are urgently looking for volunteers

The fire department, the Health Auxiliary, and the South Cariboo Historical Museum Society could all use some additional hands.

The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department is looking for new members.
Winners of the 2016 Clinton Light-up contest receiving their gift cards from the Clinton Home Building Centre

Striking a balance: Light up Clinton awards presented

Winners of the Clinton Light-up were presented with gift cards from Clinton Home Building Centre.

Winners of the 2016 Clinton Light-up contest receiving their gift cards from the Clinton Home Building Centre
Clinton is a happening place

Striking a balance: Columnist needs your help

Columnist Susan Swan asks for the community to help her find out what's going on and when.

Clinton is a happening place

Striking a balance: Lighting up the night

Clinton once again boasted a large number of fabulously decorated houses and businesses, lit up for the season.

Wayne Walch was recently honoured for 30 years with the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department.

Striking a balance: Wayne Walch honoured for fire service

Clinton Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief Wayne Walch has been honoured for 30 years of service to the department.

Wayne Walch was recently honoured for 30 years with the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department.
Marcia Begin (l) explains some of the finer points of knitting to Robin Fennell at the Legion craft sale.

Striking a balance: Light up Clinton

Clinton Communities in Bloom, in partnership with Clinton Home Hardware, is once again sponsoring the Christmas Light Up contest.

Marcia Begin (l) explains some of the finer points of knitting to Robin Fennell at the Legion craft sale.
Val Bissat’s snowflake quilt sold for $310 at the PAC auction.

Striking a balance: Pac auction a huge success

The annual Clinton PAC auction was great fun, and raised more than $15,000 for David Stoddart School.

Val Bissat’s snowflake quilt sold for $310 at the PAC auction.

Striking a balance: Lots of events coming up in Clinton

It's getting busy in the run-up to Christmas, with lots to do around town.