July 31, 2018

SAVE THE DATE - Thursday, September 27th - Annual Old Town Clayton Neighborhood Association Meeting

Dear Old Town Clayton Neighbors,

Mark your calendars today and plan to attend our ‘Annual Old Town Clayton Neighborhood Meeting’ on Thursday, September 27th from 7 pm - 8:30 pm, at St. Joseph Parish Hall in Clayton.

Clayton city officials will speak about current community issues, developments, and their impact on our neighborhood. Featured speakers include Clayton Mayor Harold Sanger, City Manager Craig Owens, Ward III Aldermen, Mark Winings and Bridget McAndrew, along with Police and Fire representatives. Following all presentations, there will be a question and answer session. Do you have any particular talking points you want addressed at our meeting?

Do you have any gift certificates you wish to donate for this event?  As in the past, attendance prizes are awarded to some lucky attendees at the end of our meeting, and you must be present to win. 

Don't forget to connect with your Old Town Clayton neighbors on Nextdoor.com.  It's easy and free to sign up at https://oldtownclayton.nextdoor.com  To date, we have a total of 398 Old Town Clayton members which is an increase of 57 new members this past year.  Nextdoor has increasingly become a valuable resource for our neighborhood. Help spread the word to all your neighbor friends.

Don’t miss this opportunity to attend our popular and informative neighborhood event!  Let's have a record turnout on September 27th! A reminder will be posted prior to the meeting.

Best Regards,
Cheryl Verde
President, Old Town Clayton Neighborhood Association

July 12, 2018

Call for action TODAY! Blood donations needed!

The Clayton Police Department is hosting a blood drive today, Thursday July 12th, at the Center of Clayton, from 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Summer is the time of greatest need for blood supplies. We are co-hosting this event with the FBI National Academy Associates, of which Captain Stewart Glenn, Lt. Mark Smith and I are members. - Chief Kevin Murphy

Because of the short notice, you can simply walk into the Center to donate.

If you can't make it, could you share this info on your social media to spread the word about the need for donors?