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History

Inherent in the human race is the instinct to socialize, to band together and indulge in activities that amuse and entertain. In 1907, at the home of Tom Orr, an organization was formed by Gilbert Olsen, W.J. McMillan, Mrs. McMillan and E. Berquist with the idea to build a community gathering place. Plans and financing were arranged and construction of the building took only one month. On January, 12 1908 they met for the first time in the new hall. The current building was completed in 1965. The Community Hall, in one form or another, has served the Clinton community for over a century.

Formally incorporated in 1910,  Clinton Progressive Association is a civic, non-partisan, nondenominational and nonprofit organization that owns and operates the Clinton Community Hall for the benefit of the South Whidbey community.

The Clinton Community Hall is member-supported. Our neighbors and friends in Clinton and the broader South Whidbey community are encouraged to show your love for the Hall by becoming a member today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Member Supported Community Hall

ANNUAL 2018
MEMBERSHIP CONTRIBUTION LEVELS

$10  individual voting member

SHOW YOUR LOVE FOR THE HALL WITH A HIGHER CONTRIBUTION

receive a discount on hall rental

$25 SUPPORTER    |      $50 PATRON

 $100 ANGEL

Your membership and contribution is an opportunity to support your public assembly hall
and to be an active member of your community. You can go to our Online Membership Page and donate with your credit card or you can use the paper membership form and mail it in with your check.

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A 'Living Room' for our Community.

After the original community hall was destroyed by fire, the current structure was built in the 1960s. It has been used continuously by the community for weddings, family celebrations, fundraisers, dances, community meetings, voter forums and innumerable Island potlucks. The Hall is also certified as a Red Cross Warming Center in case of power outage and natural disaster to meet temporary sheltering needs for our community.

The hall is available for rent for private, community and not-for-profit events. Learn more here about renting the hall.