Board, Committees & History

CURRENT EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

Catherine Billera, president
info@clintoncommunityhall.org

Sue Mills, vice president

Kristen Wagner-Patterson, Secretary

Gretchen Schlomann, treasurer
treasurer@clintoncommunityhall.org

Kathy Craven, member

Jim Swan, member

vacancy – additional board member(s)

COMMITTEES
The Hall would benefit from your participation. Contact the chairperson and learn how you can get involved.

Hall Rental OperationsCatherine Billera
Manage rental process, meeting with potential renters, scheduling access to hall for renters

Building – Jim Swan
Manages building maintenance and improvements, and landscaping

Grounds & LandscapeKristen Wagner-Patterson 
Manages maintenance and improvements

Grants & Fundraising – Sue Mills
Research, write and submit grant proposals, manages fundraising activities

Marketing & Membership Gretchen Schlomann
Manages outreach to community and potential renters 

Events –  Kathy Craven
Manages Hall sponsored and co-sponsored events

Coordinator positions – as needed
Financeadvises on financial issues, audits
Red Cross Warming Shelterserves as contact person
Nominationsidentify board nominations

Our Community Gathering Place

In 1907, early settlers in Clinton decided to build a community hall where everyone could gather together. We can imagine the importance of this meeting place for pioneer families building their lives in a new settlement. No doubt they discussed important issues of the day, shared potlucks and entertained themselves with theater, musical performances and a lot of dancing in the hall.

Early Clinton Hall

After more than 50 years, it was determined that the hall was drafty, expensive to heat and developing safety issues. It was decided a new hall would better serve the community and a core group of dedicated members began construction in the early 60s. For a brief time, both halls occupied the same site. In 1967, the community gathered for a huge bonfire and said farewell to the original building.

Today, Clinton is home to over 1,000 neighbors and friends, many of whom still live in homes nestled back in the forests. And, the Clinton Community Hall continues to be as important as ever as the central gathering spot for the community.

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