Clinton residents enjoy a pancake brunch at St. Peter’s.

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Susan Swan's weekly column of community news and events in Clinton.

Pancake Brunch

The members of St. Peter’s Catholic Church welcomed approximately 60 people to their annual Pancake Brunch on Feb. 12.

Attendees enjoyed pancakes, eggs and sausages on the traditional Shrove Tuesday.

Seedy Saturday

A group of eager gardeners travelled from Clinton to Lillooet on Saturday, Feb. 16 to attend a Seedy Saturday event.

They enjoyed the variety of heirloom and heritage seeds and seed potatoes available for sale or by donation as well as the information gleaned from other avid gardeners.

It was a great way to spend a rainy Saturday in February.

Happy Birthday, Emily

Family members, friends and former students of Emily Dillabough gathered in the Legion basement on Sunday, Feb. 17 to wish a happy 85th birthday to Emily Dillabough.

She was a teacher for years in Clinton and many of her former students were delighted to offer their best wishes.

Citizen of the Year

The Village of Clinton Citizen of the Year 2012 will be announced on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at the Village Office. Originally this was scheduled for Feb. 13 but had to be postponed.

A reception will be held in the meeting room of the Municipal Office beginning at 6:30 and the announcement will be made at the beginning of the council meeting at 7 p.m.

Everyone is welcome to attend to learn who the recipient will be.

Anti-Bullying Day

Students and staff of David Stoddart School are encouraged to wear pink to school on Wednesday, Feb. 27 as a show of support for Anti-bullying Day.

Everyone else is also welcome to wear pink and show their support for this cause.

Susan Swan

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