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Thank You Heritage 350 Committee!!

"It takes a lot of work to put something of this magnitude together and your efforts have not gone unnoticed."

The start of the Heritage Days kayak race Saturday. Photo credit: Mark Koschwitz
The start of the Heritage Days kayak race Saturday. Photo credit: Mark Koschwitz
Barbara Corcoran and Mark P. Koschwitz want to thank the Heritage 350 Committee for the amazing array of activities organized this weekend as part of Heritage Days. 

"I wanted to send out a special thanks to the 350 Committee for this weekend's town celebration," Barbara said in Speak Out Post on Clinton Patch. "It was fantastic!  It takes a lot of work to put something of this magnitude together and your efforts have not gone unnoticed from the thoroughly enjoyable boat building/races to the wonderful benches that were placed throughout the town.  I've never enjoyed so many venues in one weekend. "

On the Clinton Patch Facebook page, Koschwitz said he really enjoyed the morning kayak races. 

"I'm not much of a racer, and usually stick to quieter water, but it was a lot of fun," Koschwitz said. 

Check out the photo of Koschwitz heading out in the lime green racer.

Do you have photos, or want want to say a word of thanks? You are welcome to use our Speak Out boards, or you can post something on our Facebook page. 

If you missed it, or if you didn't get enough, there is more on the way!

Community spirit days are being planned for October 26, 2013 and Nov. 2, 2013. 

A bonfire on the beach, homecoming, pumpkin chunkin', a costume parade, and carved pumpkins in sculpture are among the activities being planned. 

Want to help? Here is information on volunteer activities available. 

For more information, you can contact 

Email

info@Clinton350.org

Mail

Clinton 350th Celebration
P.O. Box 35
Clinton, CT  06413
www.Clinton350.org

Mark September 03, 2013 at 09:00 AM
Wonderful celebration!! I dropped what I was doing, picked up the family and we all enjoyed the festivities. Thank you all.

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