Community Hall Septic System Needs Your Help!

Community Hall Septic System Needs Your Help!

Installation has started for the new septic system! Our fabulous community has rallied their support and we’ve nearly reached our $15,000 fundraising goal. The final push to our goal as we start the work will give us the funds we need to pay for the work. We can do it! We have set up a  GoFundMe page to replace our failed septic system. Click Here.    Thank you to all the wonderful community members who have donated. Let your friends and neighbors know of this critical need and we’ll make our funding goal. We’re looking forward to being fully functional again to serve our community. It was a sad day when the inspector told us the 65-year-old septic system at the Hall had failed. The drain field is likely under the asphalt parking lot and the tanks and pipes we can see have begun to disintegrate and are not up to code. Without a fully functioning septic system, we cannot use the toilet nor the kitchen facilities. In the interim, we have port-a-potties on site for bathroom use, but the kitchen is off limits for now. Our fundraising goal is $15,000. We’re almost to our goal. Help put us over the top! Or if you prefer to donate by check you can mail to: PO Box 612, Clinton WA 98236   Payable to: Clinton Progressive Association. We realize we are in the midst of our Annual Membership Drive, and it’s a hard time to ask for additional money.  However, we are confident our community will rally around to help the Clinton Community Hall get back to full capacity. The Clinton Progressive Association is a non-profit...
Contra Dance on Dec 8th

Contra Dance on Dec 8th

This month only, the first Saturday Contra Dance is on the Second Saturday!  Join local musicians and dancers for a fun evening of fiddle music and lively dancing. The dance combinations are taught at the beginning of the evening along with the easier dances. If you can move, if you love music, you can contra dance. Give it a try! Saturday, Dec 8th from 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm.  at the Clinton Community Hall.  $10 suggested donation to support the band and the Hall.  And, you’re welcome to bring a snack to share. See you on the dance floor!...
Clinton Winter Market and Tree Lighting Dec 1st & 2nd

Clinton Winter Market and Tree Lighting Dec 1st & 2nd

With over 27 artists, crafters and vendors from Whidbey Island, this is the place to start your holiday shopping! Winter Market hours Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.  Bring the family and have a picture taken with Santa between 11 am and 2 pm. The Christmas Tree Lighting will be Saturday night from 6 – 7:30 pm. Join Mel Birch for carol singing around the tree. Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate with Santa.  The winner of the Clinton Coloring Contest will be announced. Help us kick-off the Holiday Season in festive style at the Clinton Community Hall!...
Clinton Hall Annual Meeting Nov 29

Clinton Hall Annual Meeting Nov 29

Thursday, November 29 at 5:30 pm we will gather for our Annual Membership Meeting. We will review the accomplishments from 2018 and the plans and challenges going forward. We love to hear from our members and welcome your input as we make plans for 2019. Chef Chris Patterson (and board member) will provide a light supper for those attending and then we’ll get down to the business of planning for 2019! Join us 5:30 pm on Thursday, November...
Used Book Sale – Library Fundraiser

Used Book Sale – Library Fundraiser

Stop by the Used Book Sale on Saturday, November 17  from 10 – 3 pm at the Clinton Community Hall. Explore the wide range of genres available and bring home some new books to entertain you during the dark, winter months.  Hosted by the Friends of Clinton Library and proceeds benefit our local Clinton Library. Help yourself and help our library!...
Whidbey Earthquakes!

Whidbey Earthquakes!

On Saturday, November 7 from 3 to 5 pm you can find out about earthquakes on Whidbey Island.  See the updated version of a popular documentary produced by Whidbey Island’s 4-HD Video Editing Club for the local American Red Cross. Followed by a question and answer session with Robert Elphick and an American Red Cross representative. Sponsored by our Clinton Library.  Everyone is...