Please click the link below and you will be directed to the Clinton Township TV youtube channel to watch the 2016 State of the Township Address.
Supervisor Robert Cannon gave the State of the Township address at the Clinton Macomb Public Library on Friday, January 23rd. You can watch it here:
Through its artist participation fees, donations and sponsorships, Clinton Township’s Festival of the Senses committee supports causes in and around town.
“One of our original goals was to give back to the community,” said Debbie Staller, 2014 festival chair. “Over the last seven years we’ve donated more than $25,000 to various charities in and around our community.”
Staller emphasized that the festival is in no way funded through tax dollars, and remains largely a free event to festivalgoers.
“We’ve helped to support so many great causes, like Henry Ford Macomb’s pediatric cancer care, the Challenger Baseball Field, and disadvantaged youth.
This year, the festival committee hopes to support the Clinton Macomb Public Library’s South Branch, the Tomlinson Arboretum, the Warren Concert Band and Charity Music, a nonprofit organization that works to provide musical instruments on loan to young artists who would like to pursue their musical talents.
For more information about the Festival of the Senses, visit ctfestivalofthesenses.com.
Please join us at Resurrection Cemetery located at 18201 Clinton River Road for our 13th Annual Patriot Day Observance. This year our keynote address will be by Eric R. Calley, United States Marine Corps. Calley will share his experiences with returning to civilian life and addressing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Eric co-founded the organization “The Fight Continues” (www.The-Fight-Continues.com) with two other Marines, and they serve all branches of the military. Eric is brother to Michigan’s Lt. Governor, Brian Calley. The entire program is below.
For more information, please contact my assistant, Elizabeth Vogel. She can be reached at 586-723-8092.
Sincerely, Robert J. Cannon, Supervisor.