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Clinton Central School District
75 Chenango Ave
Clinton, New York 13323
The 20-foot garden, which contains 1,500 red bricks, became a reality in the spring of 1994. It was created by the Foundation to raise funds for the schools, and to provide a lasting testimonial or memorial to hundreds of alumni, teachers, classes and others.
At the center of the brick garden is a sundial, a gift from the class of 1950. Four benches surround the garden for rest and reflection. Each time a brick is purchased, a blank one is removed from the garden and replaced with the one bearing an inscription. Future plans for the garden will include extending its boundaries at its location on the school grounds at Chenango Avenue.
This Year, the dedication ceremony will take place on Saturday, July 6th, at 9:00am in conjunction with the All-Class Reunion. Those who have purchased bricks will be notified. Foundation chair of the event is Claire Burns.
Further information and forms for purchase of a brick can be obtained by contacting the Superintendent's Office at (315) 557-2253.
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