Old idea with a new spin, some good BBQ and a rockin’ country band made for a great party last month when more than 500 reached into their closets and dusted off their cowboy boots for the Roundup for Relay, a catered BBQ on July 11 at the Easley Ranch on Marsh Creek Rd.
Ticket sales, a silent auction and several very generous donors raised over $80,000 for cancer research. [click to continue…]
A new exciting water feature and an almost inaudible “mosquito” are causing quite a buzz around the Grove these days.
Last summer, the children’s water feature in the Grove was literally a dry hole, no matter how hot it got. Rationing during the drought left no water for fun things like the water feature, the dog watering spigot and the city’s fountain. [click to continue…]
Clayton’s Centenarian Club: As mayor, one of my missions is to meet and greet as many people as possible. When I moved to Clayton in 1974, it had a population of about 2,800. Today’s population is 11,288. Though Clayton is still considered a small city, the diversity of our residents is vast. We have become a hamlet to many who found our paradise. [click to continue…]