2020 Membership Meeting

We held an online meeting of our membership on Monday, November 16. We’re disappointed that we were unable to gather in person this year, but were glad to see the members who joined the online gathering.

For those of you who were not able to attend the online meeting, we’ve posted the presentation shared during the meeting below. The presentation provides summaries of the reports to membership of activity and finances so far in 2020.

All of us on the board are looking forward to the day when we are able to have events, rentals and membership meetings in person again.

2020 Clinton Community Hall Membership Meeting
(PDF document)


Drive-thru trick-or-treat

Enjoy some Halloween fun by enjoying a drive-thru trick-or-treat at the Clinton Community Hall parking lot located at 6411 Central Ave in Clinton.

Local businesses will be handing out goody bags on October 31, 2020 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.

The hall will be decorated and we encourage visitors to wear costumes! There will be some creepy characters to help direct traffic off Commercial or Central.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, parents and children must remain in their vehicle, and those handing out pre-packaged goody bags will be masked and gloved for your safety.


Recent Activity

Welcome to our website! If you have noticed all the activity at the hall lately, please stop by and take a look!

The past several months have been challenging for us all. Here at the hall, all scheduled rental activities were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are proud that during this lack of activity we were able to provide two months of free space for an organization producing medical-grade PPE. Over 250+ masks, 750+ face shields, and 400+ ear protectors were donated to the medical community.

We have also taken advantage of the quiet hall to do some freshening of the grounds and facilities. Extensive weeding and trimming of the garden beds; the commuter path between Humphrey and our parking lot is now edged in brick with a new layer of gravel; the sidewalks and much of the parking lot were pressure-washed; and the roof was cleaned. A new coat of paint will soon upgrade the exterior of the hall. These improvements along with fresh new colors in the kitchen have greatly improved the look of the hall. A hearty thank you! to all the CCH Board members and community volunteers who worked very hard to make these upgrades happen.

While the hall has not been able to generate revenue for several months, we received generous grants and donations that allowed us to continue to maintain and improve the hall. We give a special thanks to Hanson’s Building Supply for donating the paint for the interior and exterior painting projects.

Additional thanks go to Whidbey Bank and the Whidbey Community Foundation for grants designed to help with the loss of rental and sponsorship revenue.

Stay tuned. We are not done.

Sue Mills

Board President


Whidbey Reads! March 4th — 1 pm

Clinton Library presents researchers from the University of Washington’s Dept of Psychology and their contemporary research on gender diverse children and outlines avenues for future work.

Appropriate for adult audiences. 1 – 2:30 pm.  Free.


First Pancake Breakfast of 2020!

Join us at the Community Hall for another one of our family-friendly and tasty pancake breakfasts. Skip the cooking chores on Saturday, March 7 and leave it to us to feed your family and friends. Come One. Come All!

Scrambled Free Range Eggs, Sausage Links and Field Roast Sausages and Fresh Fruit. …mmmm top off your pancakes with caramelized apples and whipped cream!   oh, we’ll have syrup too.

Coffee, tea, juice included. Suggested donation $7.

Cooked and served up by your Clinton Community Hall board members and volunteers.

Be there or be hungry.