Striking A Balance – Time to get your tickets for the Ball

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

School Concert

The students, teachers and staff of David Stoddart School are working hard on the school Christmas Concert. It will be presented to the public at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 14 in the school gymnasium. Everyone is invited to enjoy the show.

Seniors Lunch

The students, teachers and staff of David Stoddart School invite the elders and seniors of Clinton and grandparents of David Stoddart School students to the annual luncheon at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 16 at the school.

After the lunch there will be a chance for the seniors to take part in crafts with the students.

Clinton Annual Ball

The deadline of Dec. 31 is fast approaching for the early bird price for tickets to the Clinton Annual Ball. After that date the tickets will be available at the regular price.

The 149th Annual Ball will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Included in the ticket price are a three course dinner, entertainment and dancing to the music of the Evergreen Drifters.

Tickets are available at the Clinton Emporium, Country Squire Gift Shop or by calling Yvette May at 250-459-7725.

Susan Swan

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