Striking a Balance – Spring is all about getting out and doing

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

Spring Break

Friday, March 15 will be the last day of school for a while as the students and staff enjoy the Spring Break. School will resume on Monday, March 25.

If you are driving anywhere during the Spring Break take a little extra time and plan to arrive safely to your destination. There will likely be extra traffic on the roads so take it easy out there.

Second Annual Spring Fling

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 194 in Clinton is hosting a ‘Spring Fling’ roast beef dinner and dance on Saturday, March 23 at the Clinton Memorial Hall.

Tickets and information are available at the Legion or by calling 250-459-2622.

150/50 Celebrations

The Legion sponsored Spring Fling is another 150/50 Anniversary Event in Clinton. For a list of all upcoming events check out the Village Website at www.village.clinton.bc.ca and click on the events calendar.

Susan Swan

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