Clifton City officially scrapped the annual July 24th celebration. Instead there will be an annual Founder’s Day event held on the first Saturday in June.
Lori Ann Smart said there are several activities planned, including a fun run, games, food, talent show, candy drop, a possible cake sale or auction and fireworks. She said this year she would like the activity to be a way to bring in former residents, perhaps hosting a hometown reunion, and to include other area communities.
“There are too many conflicts during the 24th of July and that is why we changed the date,” said Smart, adding part of the money raised through a cake sale or auction could go towards the future splash pad, which has an estimated cost of $15,000.
Council discussed city park renovations.
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