Clinton’s Olde Home Days Committee wants to thank everyone who visited, participated and enjoyed our 21st Anniversary celebration. It took a lot of planning and scheduling and everyone’s efforts paid off!! As you may know, Clinton’s first Olde Home Days was part of the Sesquicentennial or 150th Anniversary in the year 2000. The Town began planning for this big celebration in 1995; the event was a success and sparked an annual fair that continues to draw thousands of visitors from around the region. Today, the Clinton Olde Home Days committee is an all-volunteer, non-profit group, that works directly for the Board of Selectmen.
The Committee wants to extend a sincere thanks to Senator Harriette L. Chandler for making every effort to attend the event, enjoy the day, visit and speak with her constituents. In addition, we would like to recognize the following individuals for their participation and support during our opening ceremonies and activities throughout the day: Representative Meaghan Kilcoyne, Clinton’s Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Sean Kerrigan, the veterans representing The Walter P. “Miz” O’Malley VFW Post 523, The First Congregational Church, and The Corcoran House employees and residents.
We also want to acknowledge the following individuals, organizations, park and sponsors for their time, talent and help. Without their assistance and financial support, Olde Home Days would not be possible.
Our committee is already working on Clinton’s 2022 Olde Home Day event. If you are interested in joining our volunteer committee, please download and complete the committee application form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you again for your continued support!
Clinton’s Olde Home Days 2021 Committee:
Mary Backiel / Laura Taylor / Nicole Martin / Dean Shannon / Michelle Watson / Gil Caraballo / Dinorah Caraballo / Erika Duran
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