Thanks to everyone who participated in the Poker Paddle for the Clifton Community Library on July 22. We’ll be posting some photos from the event over the next few days.
Watertown Daily Times | Over $18 million in north country water infrastructure projects announced. “Town of Clifton, St. Lawrence County — $4 million for the installation of a new transmission main between the town of Clifton’s Newton Falls water district
The new dat for the Benefit for the Clifton Community Library Paddle for the Library is now July 22. We’ve now raised $18,000 for the new dock!
Press Release July 15, 2016 Contact: Gail Gotham, firstname.lastname@example.org and 315-848-2278 First Is Great: Cranberry Lake Regional Arts Show This summer will mark the first annual art show in Cranberry Lake featuring the works of artists in the towns of Clifton
The Paddle for the Library is sponsored by the Cranberry Lake Boat Club. Time: Saturday, July 30th, 2016, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Place: Wanakena – paddle on the beautiful, meandering Oswegatchie River Pre-registration: Clifton Community Library or through
Your Memorial Day Grilling Checklist – The New York Times “Summer is unofficially upon us, and what better way to welcome it than with a spectacular Memorial Day cookout? Here’s everything you need to know to lift your grilling game,
Economic developers for Newton Falls go all in to restore rail access | NCPR News “A $10 million plan to restore rail access in southern St. Lawrence County is moving forward. Local developers hope it will bring new industry near
Adirondack White Out Weekend Schedule Announced – PR.com “A two-day winter festival held on President’s weekend in the western Adirondack community of Clifton-Fine has released it’s full schedule. Main events will be underway Saturday, February 13th and Sunday, February 14th
NY officials seek input on plan for St. Lawrence County land – SFGate “The state Department of Environmental Conservation is seeking public comment on a management plan being prepared for 18,440 acres of state forest land in St. Lawrence County.”
Are you coming back to Cranberry Lake this winter? Why not? There are at least 2 great weekends that make the Clifton-Fine area a great place to be when it gets cold. On January 30th, the Cranberry Lake Fire Dept
Please Join Us for a celebration of success and community! The Clifton Fine Community Fund will hold our 2015 Awards Ceremony on Friday, September 4 at 4pm in the Cranberry Lake Fire Hall Community Room. Come help us celebrate another
Nick Hunter, new Vice Commodore of the CLBC, presents Joan White, Director of the Clifton Library, with a check for $1240 from the Paddle for the Library fund raiser!