Striking a Balance – Spring festivities continue with Clinton’s Seedy Sunday

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

Easter Breakfast

The churches of Clinton invited the community to a complimentary Rancher’s Style Breakfast on Easter Sunday. There was a good turnout for the delicious meal and the fellowship, songs and Easter message were enjoyed by all.

Easter Egg Hunt

Clinton children and visiting children up to the age of 12 took part in an Easter Egg Hunt in Reg Conn Centennial Park on Easter Sunday afternoon. Organized by the Recreation Committee, a sub-committee of the Spirit of Clinton Committee, the event was enjoyed by many youngsters.

Seedy Sunday

The Clinton Communities in Bloom Committee invites everyone to a Seedy Sunday event in the Clinton Memorial Hall this Sunday, April 12. Doors open to the public at 10 a.m. and admission is by donation.

There will be a number of seed and plant vendors on site as well as seed cleaning, a children’s activity table and a lunch will be available. A silent auction will see a number of interesting items up for grabs. There will also be handouts on a number of gardening topics and displays of past CiB activities.

Ham and Bean Dinner

The Ladies Auxiliary to the Legion Branch #194 are hosting a Ham and Bean Community Dinner on Wednesday, April 15 from 5-7 p.m. Tickets will be available at the door.

Susan Swan

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