The annual Big Buck Contest hosted by the Clinton & District Outdoor Sportsmen’s Association was held on Jan. 10 in Clinton.
The event was very well attended this year, with several trophy bucks in the contest.
The overall winner was Scott Robinson of Clinton, with Ken Kiley in second place and Allan Rowe taking third.
For the juniors, Kailey Dube of Clinton was first, with Dillon Kiley took second and Wyatt McCullough grabbed third.
The winners received gift certificates for Wholesale Sports.
The cross-country ski trails on Big Bar Road are groomed and in excellent condition.
Rolly Higginbottom sends out regular reports and his latest report stated that approximately 37.5 kilometres of ski trails were groomed.
The recent snowfall has made for excellent skiing conditions.
For those with fitness in their New Year’s resolutions don’t forget the Village of Clinton has the 24-hour fitness room available.
Passes to the gym are available at the village office for $20 per month, and you are given a card for access at all hours.
Take it off
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meetings are held on Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. at the Health Centre. New members are always welcome.
The Spirit of Clinton Committee is now receiving nominations for the 2014 Citizen of the Year.
To nominate a candidate, please mail your nomination to The Village of Clinton; Box 309; Clinton, B.C.; V0K 1K0, or drop by the village office. Please mark your nomination envelope with “Citizen of the Year.”