March 20, 2012

Free History Lecture by Police Chief Tom Byrne

Wednesday, March 21, 2012 - 7 PM
The Center of Clayton
50 Gay Avenue, Clayton MO 63105

Speaker:  Police Chief Thomas Byrne, 
Clayton's Changing Landscape

The Clayton Century Foundation History Lecture Series - free presentations by experts on local topics - continues with Clayton Police Chief Tom Byrne presenting Clayton's Changing Landscape. Chief Byrne will share stories he has gathered during his forty years of service to the Clayton community.

March 9, 2012

March 28, 2012 ....School Board Candidate Forum

Residents of Old Town Clayton, The School District of Clayton PTO Council and the Mayor's Youth Advisory Council are hosting a Meet the Candidates Forum for the Board of Aldermen and Board of Education candidates:
  
Wednesday, March 28, 7 p.m. Clayton High School Auditorium

Make an informed decision on April 3! The Board of Education is a contested race; The Board of Aldermen seats are not. However all will be on hand to answer your questions about the issues. For Ward III, the aldermanic candidate is Alex Berger. For the BOE, three candidates are running for two seats: Darryl Higuchi, Jane Klamer and Lily Raymond.

Regards,
The Mayor's Youth Advisory Council of Clayton

ANNOUNCEMENT: Clayton History Exhibit Opens at Mid-County Library in Clayton

 March 8 - 31, 2012
Mid-County Library
7821 Maryland, Clayton, MO

The public is invited to view our Clayton History Society's new display exhibit of Clayton artifacts and memorabilia. This was a fun project as Clayton prepares for its 100th centennial celebration in 2013. Be sure to stop by the library before the end of the month.

If you have any Clayton memorabilia or photos to share with the Clayton History Society, please contact me. The Clayton History Society is currently exploring options for a permanent museum space to showcase our collection.

You can read today's online article 'Clayton History Exhibit Opens at Mid-County Library' Clayton-Richmond Heights, MO Patch at http://clayton-richmondheights.patch.com/articles/clayton-history-exhibit-opens-at-mid-county-library

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