Mostly students took the stage at Clinton Human Services’ (CHS) first Open Mic Night, singing current hits under a disco ball. So 91-year-old Bud Vece stood out a little with his renditions of “New York, New York” and “My Way”.
Sharon Clark is a wise woman. When she married Brian Clark in 1997, she recognized that blending their two families might be tricky and perhaps they could use some help. She reached out to Clinton Human Services for family counseling.
The well-being of Clinton’s youth is dear to the heart of Partners in Community (PiC) volunteer Kim Inglis, and not only because she and her husband are the parents of teens John, Ryan, and Ashley.
Fifteen years ago, Liz Isaacson noticed a Christmas tree hung with little tags in the Mill School building. Her friend Diane, who worked in Clinton Human Services, told Liz that each tag conveyed the wishes of a child whose family could not give them just what they wanted for Christmas.