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Plus there aren't many more sleeps until the 150th Clinton Annual Ball takes place at the 47 Mile Sports Complex.
Plus an exit poll of the audience asked everyone how well the candidates had answered the questions asked.
Plus a website for the Clinton Museum, adult drawing classes, and an upcoming health care auxiliary meeting.
Plus new nurses for the Clinton Health Centre, and a reminder that Seedy Sunday is coming to Clinton.
Plus an upcoming Book and Bake sale, and a Parent Advisory Council meeting.
Plus an Easter breakfast and an Easter egg hunt a free dump day, a book and bake sale, and more.
Plus the Ladies Auxiliary bean supper is back on April 12, and a prescribed burn near town has been scheduled.
A cheque for $10,000 will help the Society with its operations. Plus the Clinton Seniors Association receives $2,500.
The harsh winter has affected flower growers in the Fraser Valley, meaning there were no daffodils available for sale.
Rolly and Carol Higginbottom were named the community's Citizens of the Year for 2016.
Who will this year's honoree be? Find out at a reception on Saturday, March 4.
Communities in Bloom is about much more than flowers; and a few hours of your time would make a big difference.
The fire department, the Health Auxiliary, and the South Cariboo Historical Museum Society could all use some additional hands.
Winners of the Clinton Light-up were presented with gift cards from Clinton Home Building Centre.
Columnist Susan Swan asks for the community to help her find out what's going on and when.
Clinton once again boasted a large number of fabulously decorated houses and businesses, lit up for the season.
Clinton Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief Wayne Walch has been honoured for 30 years of service to the department.
Clinton Communities in Bloom, in partnership with Clinton Home Hardware, is once again sponsoring the Christmas Light Up contest.
The annual Clinton PAC auction was great fun, and raised more than $15,000 for David Stoddart School.
It's getting busy in the run-up to Christmas, with lots to do around town.